Groupe de Travail Mondial

S’attaquer aux médias publics, c’est attaquer la démocratie

30 juillet 2020 -

Début juin, Facebook a annoncé avoir commencé à étiqueter les contenus venant d’organisations médiatiques contrôlées par l’État. Cette décision s’inscrit dans le cadre du débat actuel croissant sur la distinction entre médias d’État et médias publics, devenu d’une importance capitale pour les citoyens des pays démocratiques partout dans le monde.

Global Task Force

Attacks on Public Media are an Attack on Democracy

In early June, Facebook announced that it had begun labelling content originating from state-controlled media organisations. This is the most recent manifestation of an ongoing discussion about the distinction between state and public media organisations that is vitally important for citizens of democracies worldwide.

Global Task Force

Global Task Force: Public Media Serving in the time of a pandemic…

The year 2020 will be forever etched in our minds. No matter where we live, we share common experiences of fear, grief and the suffering that comes with uncertainty.

Groupe de Travail Mondial

Le rôle des médias de service public en temps de pandémie

23 avril 2020 -
L’année 2020 restera à jamais gravée dans nos esprits. Peu importe où nous vivons, nous éprouvons tous les mêmes sentiments qui accompagnent habituellement l’incertitude, notamment la peur, la tristesse et la douleur.

CBC/Radio-Canada

Insight | An update on local services and all the ways to access COVID-19 information on CBC News

Everything from a new email destination for your questions to a dedicated page tracking coronavirus cases.

BBC head office London licence fee

Demonstrating the case for robust and well-funded public media

For the second week running, it seems relevant, although disturbing, for PMA to highlight recent events in the UK. Both events have a global resonance for public media.

fake news media literacy

Public broadcasters and youth media literacy

Effective democracy relies on citizen’s access to trustworthy information. But it also requires citizens to be able to make critical decisions about the sources of that information and whether it is credible or accurate. 

ABC Media Literacy Week

Public broadcasters around the world collaborate to support media literacy

To mark Global Media and Information Literacy Week, national public broadcasters the ABC, CBC/Radio-Canada and PBS have come together to call for greater media literacy in the digital age.

ABC protest

Global Call Out

Today the Public Media Alliance, representing 88 public media organisations worldwide, issued a “Global Call Out” in support of the core values of public service media.

climate change

New trends in reporting on climate change

In light of the recent heat waves occurring across the globe, media organisations, public and independent, are taking heed on placing climate change at the forefront of their reporting.