Australia, UK’s PSBs receive cuts to international and news

This week saw the announcement of 80 job losses for ABC Australia, and a net 220 posts from BBC News, the latest in ongoing cuts to Public Service Broadcasting around the world

BBC launches big boost to music programming

The BBC is poised to devote more programme hours and funds to a range of music projects, from digital offerings to education programmes

World Service comes under BBC funding and control

Today is a historic moment in the 82-year history of the BBC World Service, it will no longer be funded by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, but from the BBC licence fee

What Scottish independence would mean for broadcasting

If Scotland left the UK, what shape would its national broadcaster take?

BBC confirms Africa venture and China deal

The broadcaster sets itself up to tell the African economic story, and builds on its natural history programming alliance with Chinese state TV

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

PBI 2012 opens in London, Downton style

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