PMA's CEO, Kristian Porter, giving a keynote address

Kristian Porter: Speech on media literacy, mis- and disinformation

PMA's CEO called for a multi-stakeholder, collaborative effort to combat mis- and disinformation during his speech at CBU's AGA. 

BBC Young Reporter India.

Collaborative media literacy programme takes off in India

BBC Young Reporter India taught more than 8,000 school students about critical thinking, fact-checking and digital safety, to improve media literacy.

NOWU: public media paving the way for a ‘greener web’

France Télévisions and WDR have launched NOWU, a joint youth service aimed at engaging younger audiences about climate change and sustainability issues, and public media.

Participants on the trans-Atlantic Zoom call, clockwise from left: Steve Junker, of CAI, the program’s executive producer; Michel Francois, potter from Cornwall; Jennette Barnes, reporter from CAI; Sarah Caruso, potter from Cape Cod.

From Cornwall to Cape Cod: Collaborative radio project unites coastal stations across Atlantic

Public radio station CAI and community radio station Source FM have joined forces in an innovative new radio project to produce hour-long programmes of conversations between their communities.

PBS

PBS’ Innovation Centers

A new production initiative by the US’ Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) exemplifies how public media is embracing digital innovation, collaboration, and diversity.

Virtual launch of research report and media recovery plan

Regional collaboration key to future sustainability of media

Media stakeholders agreed on the importance of enhanced regional collaboration at the launch of PMA's new report and media recovery plan.

Cameras at a news conference

Best of PSM: Public media step up collaboration

Through various methods, public media organisations are demonstrating the value that comes from collaboration with a range of partners.

RNZ

The group guarding NZ’s media freedom

New Zealand is ranked eighth best nation in the world when it comes to the freedom of journalists to report without fear. So why does it need a Media Freedom Committee?

climate change

PSM and climate change: Covering the crisis

Public media must use their reach, scale and values to lead in covering the ‘defining issue of our time.'

Pacific Media Network

Major media networks collaborate to develop talented Pacific journalists

The number and quality of Pacific journalists are expected to rise in a never before seen collaboration between four major media organisations.