Gerard Teuma

GBC CEO and PMA board member Gerard Teuma retires

Gerard Teuma has been on the PMA Board since 2016, and he was Vice President from 2018 to 2021. He's worked for GBC for 38 years.

Fran Unsworth

PMA thanks Fran Unsworth as she leaves the BBC

Fran Unsworth has been on the Board since 2014 when she was Director of The BBC World Service. She steps down as Head of News this week.

Fran Unsworth

Fran Unsworth to leave BBC

Fran Unsworth, BBC Director of News and Current Affairs and member of the PMA Board, will leave the BBC at the beginning of next year. 

RTVE

New RTVE board: Four months on

From funding proposals to consultations on its future, the Spanish public broadcaster has undergone significant developments since the election of its new board in March.

RTK Kosovo

Kosovo: Public broadcaster RTK’s board sacked

After months of scrutiny and accusations of corruption, all eight members of the Radio and Television Kosovo (RTK) board have been fired by the Assembly of Kosovo.

BBC Director General

Tim Davie appointed as new BBC Director-General

The BBC Board has appointed BBC Studios Executive Officer, Tim Davie, as the 17th Director-General of the BBC. Tim will take over from Tony Hall on 1 September.

Latvijas Radio

News staff at Latvian Radio call on board to resign 

The News Service staff from Latvia’s public radio station, Latvijas Radio, have expressed no confidence in their board and issued an open letter demanding board members to quit or be dismissed due to poor working conditions and inaction to support the sustainability of the broadcaster.

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SABC

March deadline for new SABC board

After months of delay, eight board vacancies at the South African Broadcasting Corporation could finally be filled.  

ABC's Brisbane offices

Update | Challenges for the ABC

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) has faced a number of challenges in recent months, including leadership changes, allegations of political interference and funding constraints.