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SRG SSR building

Swiss public broadcaster faces financial pressures in wake of Covid-19

SRG SSR, faces financial pressures during the Covid-19 pandemic, including loss of advertising revenues, the temporary suspension of employees and licence fee reduction.


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PSM Weekly | 22-28 April 2020

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


SABC

SABC: Informing, educating and entertaining the South African public at a time of crisis

South Africa’s national public broadcaster, SABC, has expanded its services to ensure that the public remain informed, educated and entertained amid the nationwide lockdown.


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Rwanda’s state broadcaster to go independent

Under planned legal reforms, the Rwanda Bureau of Information and Broadcasting will be renamed and government oversight removed

A Conversation with Hubert T. Lacroix

This video interview asks the CBC/Radio Canada President and CEO about the organisation's priorities, future changes and what these mean for its audience.

Broadcasters from Jamaica and Ghana observe Commonwealth Day

Rosemary and Allia, two CBA-Chevening broadcasting bursars, braved the cold for a glimpse of Commonwealth pomp in London

Why Poverty? films available to watch

The eight feature documentaries from the global broadcast project Why Poverty? can now be seen on WorldView

Radio days are here to stay

Despite being over a century old, radio has endured despite seismic technological shifts – and that's down to its simplicity and its reach, says the CBA's Sally-Ann Wilson on World Radio Day