PSM Unpacked is a series of roundtables run by PMA, exclusive to our members.

The challenges facing public service media are not only growing but are also shared more widely than ever before. From funding to journalist safety, this series of roundtable forums is designed for PMA members to discuss these challenges and also share innovations, successes and solutions.

Each session, a small group of employees at PMA member organisations gather to informally exchange knowledge and best practices, and discuss how their organisations manage operations across different subject areas.

The sessions are organised on a regular basis, and bring together people in similar positions at like-minded organisations. They are also good networking opportunities, so staff can meet and speak with their global peers.

Our next roundtable:

Date

Thursday 8th December, 1500 GMT

Location

All our roundtables are held via Zoom.

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PSM Unpacked | Emergency broadcasting

Staff of PMA members joined PSM Unpacked, an online roundtable session, to discuss the vital role of emergency broadcasting.

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PSM Unpacked | Digital safety for journalists

Participants from PMA’s global membership discussed the challenge of digital harassment against journalists at an exclusive roundtable forum.

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PSM Unpacked | Commercial funding for public media

In our first PSM Unpacked roundtable, participants discussed common challenges, opportunities and best practices relating to commercial funding.

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Do you have an idea for a future roundtable session which you like us to discuss? Get in touch! 


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