Featured Reports


President of Tunisia, Kais Saied

Tunisia: public media journalists strike over government interference

The strike comes after Tunisia's leading journalist union described the public broadcaster as a “propaganda trumpet” for the government.


Channel 4

Channel 4 must not be privatised

Privatising Channel 4 means UK audiences could lose something precious: an independent, self-financed, well-performing and publicly owned broadcaster.


Two microphones and headphones in a podcast studio.

PSM Weekly | 30 March – 5 April 2022

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


Recent News


Bound for Kenya, Canada, South Africa and Rwanda

Presenting the four broadcasters who received this year's CBA travel bursaries...

Cyprus: reporting from an economic conflict zone

Staff from the country's public broadcaster reflect on covering a story that could not be more close to home

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