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Content for PMA members: Hidden threats in your takeout

We are pleased to once again partner with Orb Media to provide PMA members with high-quality, adaptable content about sustainability issues worldwide.

Orb Media

Opportunity: Collaborative news content for PMA members

PMA has partnered with Orb Media to provide its members with free, high-quality content on sustainability issues worldwide.

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Coronavirus and local public media

Democracy relies on quality journalism and no more so than at the local level, particularly during crises and emergencies.

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Covid-19 and public media: Adaptation and contingencies

Many of us are having to rapidly re-adjust our personal and professional lifestyles to a world that quite suddenly feels very different. And such change makes no exception for public media.

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Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Academy

Find out about PMA's valued partnership with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, their New Year's concert and recently launched academy.

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PBS celebrates 50 years

For half a century, PBS has contributed to and shaped American society, proving that public service broadcasting is not only valuable but central to our lives.  

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ABC Australia releases new inclusivity and diversity plan

The Australian public broadcaster, ABC, sets out new measures aimed at enhancing greater integration between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities by ensuring that local languages and voices are an everyday part of the national conversation.

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InnoPSM: New PSM research network

From funding models to accountability and access, InnoPSM promises a multi-stakeholder approach to research in the field of PSM.

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Canadian government invests to in French-language digital platform: TV5MONDE Plus

The Government of Canada confirms a contribution of $14.6 million to boost the transition of TV5MONDE to digital and the international visibility of French-Canadian creators.

Regulator sets new rules for the BBC

The British regulator Ofcom wants to “raise the bar on performance” of the BBC with a series of resolutions that will affect the company’s content, quotas and diversity.