Featured Reports


PSM Weekly | 8 – 14 July 2020

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


Fake news misinformation

Responsible coverage of COVID-19 in the Caribbean

As newsrooms across the Caribbean continue to face the challenge of COVID-19, how are they adapting to maintain effective, responsible and ethical journalism during the crisis?


ABS-CBN

Independent media in grave danger in the Philippines

The shutdown of ABS-CBN and the conviction of Maria Ressa are direct attacks on independent media and a huge blow to press freedom in the Philippines.


Recent News


BBC’s global news audience hits record figures

Figures show the broadcaster’s international audience has grown by seven per cent in past year, with the Arab uprising playing an important part

India’s public broadcaster plans mobile apps, possible digital wing

The panel reviewing Prasar Bharati’s structure recommends more engagement with digital tech social media

The ‘Home’ film season is declared open

Our platform supporting global short films by emerging filmmakers has launched a new season with excellent ready-to-broadcast content

Tonga and Zambia engineers to attend IBC

A broadcast engineer from Tonga and another from Zambia have received CBA bursaries to visit the International Broadcasting Convention in Amsterdam

This year’s CBA-Chevening bursars announced

This bursary is awarded each year to full-time staff of CBA’s member broadcasters to study media masters in London and Norwich

Greece: shutting down the public broadcaster is the last thing to do in a crisis

Reaction to the stunning and abrupt closure of the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT)

Film and TV for learning: call for entries

Broadcasters and filmmakers: got a pitch or a completed film that cultivates learning and understanding? Don't miss the opportunity to enter the Japan Prize