(From left to right) Tim Watkin, Andrew Davies, and Arif Noorani speaking at Radiodays Europe in May 2022.

Podcast Collaborations: The positives, the pitfalls, and the public interest

Top podcast executives discuss the benefits and complications of collaborations, and how they can help meet public service obligations.

Headshots of the successful recipients of this year's Global Grants.

Meet our 2022 Global Grantees!

From learning how digitalisation can improve sports coverage to a transnational collaboration project, PMA has announced 2022's Global Grants.

SBS

SBS visualises a changing Australia

SBS launched the multilingual Australian Census Explorer last month to enable Australians to better understand how the country’s population has diversified in recent years.

CBC/Radio-Canada welcomes landmark CRTC decision

CBC/Radio-Canada welcomed the announcement by CRTC regarding its new five-year licences, which will come into effect on September 1, 2022.

PMA welcomes new Board members from CBC/Radio-Canada and PBS

We warmly welcome Claude Galipeau and Jonathan Barzilay as the newest members of the Public Media Alliance Board.

The #NotOK event was held at Canada House.

Front lines and online: New podcast explores the dangers facing journalists today

Episode 4 of PMA’s podcast explores the variety of threats facing journalists, how journalists respond, and whether there are any solutions.

CBC/Radio-Canada

Russia to close CBC/Radio-Canada Moscow bureau

The closure of the public media organisation's Moscow bureau demonstrates further curtailment of independent and free press in Russia.

The Kremlin, Moscow

Public media goes silent from Russia

A host of public media organisations have decided to stop broadcasting out of Russia due to safety concerns.

SBS Radio World Radio Day

Trust in public radio – World Radio Day 2022

Join us in celebrating radio as the most trusted, prevalent, and accessible medium around the world.

Canada

Canada: PMA condemns harassment of journalists

PMA is deeply troubled by reports of growing harassment, intimidation and threats towards journalists in Canada. Journalists must be allowed to report freely, without fear of reprisal or hostility.