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New Zealand gov’t to press ahead with digital bargaining bill

New Zealand’s gov't is considering changes in legislation that would force tech giants to pay news organisations for their content.

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Bargaining codes: Do they have a future?

With Facebook shutting down its news tab, what does that mean for laws that are trying to persuade it to fund public interest journalism?

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Crumbling advertising market piles on the pressure

A crumbling advertising market has added to uncertainty for many media, with dwindling revenue and increased competition from tech giants.

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SVT is nothing if we are not seen

The head of strategy at SVT writes on the importance of prominence for public service media content in an age of digital gatekeepers

New Zealand: Media vs big tech struggle

New Zealand media bosses warned MPs this week journalism is in jeopardy if they don't back a Bill making big tech pay for news.

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PSM Unpacked | Moving to a digital future

Our global membership recently joined our PSM Unpacked roundtable to discuss the opportunities and challenges of a digital future.

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CBC/Radio-Canada welcomes Google deal

Google will compensate CBC/Radio-Canada and other news media around C$100 million after a deal was reached with the Federal Government.

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UK’s PSBs set to evolve free TV for streaming age

The biggest broadcasters in the UK announce the development of a new free TV service that will deliver live TV over broadband.

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Report: Making Big Tech Pay for the News They Use

New research assesses how policy makers and legislators are looking to rebalance the power dynamic between big tech and news providers.

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The Existential Threat posed by Big Tech Platforms to Caribbean Journalism and Democracy

"This paper is not alarmist. It is not sensational": Jamaica's RJRGLEANER Communication Group on the threat to Caribbean media posed by big tech.