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.


Windhoek Namibian

NBC defends editorial independence following SWAPO complaint

Namibian public broadcaster defends editorial independence and restores radio services amidst financial crisis. 


PSM Weekly | 9 October – 15 October 2019

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


Poland

Poland’s election without public media

Poland’s ruling Law and Justice Party has been voted in for a second term this week. Yet despite Poland being a representative democracy, the party’s…


SBS

SBS delivers new mobile-first website in 68 languages

Australia and the world's "most linguistically diverse public broadcaster", SBS, has launched an innovative new mobile-first website to improve…


Hong Kong

Journalists targeted amid Hong Kong protests

Violence escalates and journalist safety declines in Hong Kong as protests enter their fifth month.


RTVE Spain

Uncertainty continues for RTVE

Ongoing disagreement over working hours and wages, a long-awaited public tender and centralisation concerns continue to burden Spain’s national…


Windhoek Namibian

UPDATE | Financial crisis at NBC

Following the announcement from the NBC’s board that austerity measures are underway, which includes a possible retrenchment of some of the public…


NBC

Financial crisis at NBC

The Namibian Broadcasting Corporation is in the midst of a financial crisis, with significant programming and job cuts on the cards. With elections…