Featured Reports


PMA's CEO, Kristian Porter, giving a keynote address

Kristian Porter: Speech on media literacy, mis- and disinformation

PMA's CEO called for a multi-stakeholder, collaborative effort to combat mis- and disinformation during his speech at CBU's AGA. 


Television studio gallery

PSM Weekly | 10 – 16 August 2022

Our weekly round-up of public service media related stories and headlines from around the world.


Exhausted female worker office

Public media organisations providing mental health services for staff

More public media organisations are offering mental health services and support for employees to improve mental health and wellbeing.


Recent News


Germany: Trust, accountability & transparency are critical for public media

An investigation into Berlin's public broadcaster after the head and chair resigned is critical to ensure trust in Germany's public media.

Pakistan media regulator revokes private TV channel licence

The popular private news broadcaster, ARY News, could face “permanent closure” after its operating license was revoked by the state-run media regulatory body.

Join us in celebrating World News Day 2022

The Public Media Alliance will celebrate World News Day 2022 on September 28 and we're inviting our members to get involved!

PSM Weekly | 3 – 9 August 2022

Our weekly round-up of public service media related stories and headlines from around the world.

UN raises ‘grave concern’ with Iran over harassment of BBC News Persian staff

The communication was sent by four UN specialist experts, who work on arbitrary detention, freedom of speech, violence against women and Iran.

PMA marks International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

On International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we have highlighted some of the recent initiatives from PMA members.

Meet our 2022 Global Grantees!

From learning how digitalisation can improve sports coverage to a transnational collaboration project, PMA has announced 2022's Global Grants.

PMA: Solomon Islands government must respect broadcaster’s independence

The government has ordered Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation to self-censor and only cover stories that show the country positively.

Serbia: TV licences awarded to ‘pro-government’ stations

Accusations of political interference have been raised in Serbia after regulatory body grants licences to four pro-government stations.

PSM Weekly | 27 July – 2 August 2022

Our weekly round-up of public service media related stories and headlines from around the world.

SBS visualises a changing Australia

SBS launched the multilingual Australian Census Explorer last month to enable Australians to better understand how the country’s population has diversified in recent years.