Hong Kong RTHK

Crisis facing independent journalism in Hong Kong escalates

Troubling times ahead for Hong Kong's independent media and public broadcaster as oppression of independent media continues to escalate.

ABS-CBN

Independent media in grave danger in the Philippines

The shutdown of ABS-CBN and the conviction of Maria Ressa are direct attacks on independent media and a huge blow to press freedom in the Philippines.

SABC

SABC launches sustainability model

The South African public broadcaster, SABC, has launched its new ‘Target Operating Model’, a roadmap for its long-term sustainability. 

ABC's Brisbane offices

ABC to cut programming, services and jobs

The Australian public broadcaster will be revealing plans to cut programming and services, with approximately 250 jobs being lost in the process.

NHK

NHK’s emergency reporting

As the need for emergency and crisis reporting grows, what can we learn from Japanese public broadcaster NHK?

SRG SSR building

Swiss public broadcaster faces financial pressures in wake of Covid-19

SRG SSR, faces financial pressures during the Covid-19 pandemic, including loss of advertising revenues, the temporary suspension of employees and licence fee reduction.

Covid-19

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.

bushfires australia ABC

ABC’s coverage of the Australian bushfires

ABC’s extensive emergency coverage of the bushfires in Australia is lifesaving, with staff working tirelessly to provide accurate, reliable and rolling coverage under incredible pressure and in precarious conditions.

media freedom

Sri Lanka terrorist attacks

For the second time in just over a month, a Public Media Alliance member organisation has been faced with the grim and harrowing task of covering a major terrorist attack on their doorstep. 

RNZ Paul Thompson

Insight | How public media should respond to journalism’s crisis

PMA President and Radio New Zealand CEO Paul Thompson writes about the crisis of journalism and the challenges facing public media organisations worldwide.