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PSM Weekly | 24 – 30 June 2020

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


Pakistan Geo

Over 100 days in detention

It has been over 100 days since the arbitrary arrest of Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman, Editor-in-Chief of the Geo-Jang Group, who remains behind bars in Pakistan. The Public Media Alliance condemns the…


Ita Buttrose ABC

What would Australia look like without the ABC?

Statement | There is a reason why the majority of Australians trust the ABC, writes ABC Chair Ita Buttrose.


Recent News


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

South Africa’s bumpy road to digital transition

In the face of a continuing wrangle over control of set-top boxes, will the country's digital switchover make the deadline?

The true cost of broadcasting with public funding: accountability

A Manx tale: The CBA's Sally-Ann Wilson talks about why the funding for a small island's radio station is a big topic

Satellite and internet jamming worsening

Do not adjust your set: a conference highlights the increasing threat of satellite jamming to broadcasters

Gender on the agenda in Malawi

Malawian content producers and NGOs, and their counterparts in Zambia and Botswana explored ways of redressing gender imbalance in TV and radio

PBI 2012 opens in London, Downton style

The Public Broadcasters International conference was held this year in central London

Getting airtime for African women’s voices

A workshop for local content producers and NGOs from Malawi, Zambia and Botswana will start in mid-November. It aims to help broadcasters and organisations redress gender imbalance in TV and radio