Manx Radio

Securing a future for public media in the Isle of Man

Following a year of upheaval and political wrangling, PMA member Manx Radio, has finally secured a package from government that will enable it to…


PSM Weekly | 23 October – 29 October 2019

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


Barcelona Catalonia Spain

Journalists injured covering Catalonia protests

Serious concern as accounts of violence against journalists grow in Catalonia during protests.


BBC HQ night

Focus on PSM | The challenges facing the BBC

Concerns over transparency, relevance, governance and its funding model are just some of the issues that the public broadcaster has been grappling…


Global Grant

PMA Global Grants 2020

We are pleased to announce eight Global Grants of up to £1,500 for employees of PMA member organisations. Apply now!


Swedish Radio

New conditions for Swedish public media hammered out in parliament

Sweden’s Riksdag votes in favour of government bill to strengthen local journalism and allow public broadcasters to expand their online footprint,…


fake news media literacy

Public broadcasters and youth media literacy

Effective democracy relies on citizen’s access to trustworthy information. But it also requires citizens to be able to make critical decisions about…


ABC Media Literacy Week

Public broadcasters around the world collaborate to support media literacy

To mark Global Media and Information Literacy Week, national public broadcasters the ABC, CBC/Radio-Canada and PBS have come together to call for…


Haiti

Escalating violence towards journalists in Haiti

On October 10, radio journalist Néhémie Joseph was found dead in his car in the Mirebalais area, the sixth killing of a journalist in Haiti in 19…


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PSM Weekly | 16 October – 22 October 2019

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


RNZ Paul Thompson

Insight | The struggle for media pluralism

In this op-ed, RNZ CEO Paul Thompson highlights the struggle for pluralism in New Zealand and the need for strong independent public media.