No extension for analogue TV signal in India

The deadline to switch over from analogue to digital signal TV in India will not be extended any further, says the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

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Norway says a fond farewell to FM radio signal

Norway becomes the first country in the world to adopt digital-only radio.

New Zealand broadcasters face public funding shake-up

New Zealand on Air (NZOA), the body that provides funding for local television, radio and music programming, may soon change the way they distribute their money.

Papua New Guinea makes move from analogue to digital TV

At a conference in Papua New Guinea last week, the government expressed support for the nation’s move from analogue to digital broadcasting.

Nigeria moves towards broadcast digitalisation with the hope of creating new jobs

The move from analogue to digital broadcasting in Nigeria would create new career opportunities and help with fighting piracy, said the government.

Digitisation of media is shifting TV habits in UK

A new research by Ofcom indicates that time spent watching TV is declining, especially among young people, but public service broadcasting still remains satisfying for most people.

Our 2016 AGM & Global Conference

We are pleased to announce our AGM and Global Conference, which will be held on 13th and 14th September 2016 in Montréal, Canada.

CBC/Radio Canada doubles efforts to bring investigative journalism to a digital audience

As many question the future of investigative journalism and public broadcasting in the digital age, the CBC aims to double its efforts to inform audiences across a range of digital and mobile platforms.

Political pressure to privatise SBC in Switzerland

Editor-in-Chief of SBC's Swissinfo.ch releases statement in support of the broadcaster's role as an instrument of democracy.

New reports: Media pluralism and public news in the digital environment

A new report assessing media pluralism across 19 EU Member States in 2015.