The Well Said project: “Yle’s act for a functioning democracy”

A project co-led by Finland’s public media organisation aims to improve the discussion culture in Finland, and support democracy.

Diversity

PMA marks International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

On International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we have highlighted some of the recent initiatives from PMA members.

Colourful ABC logo

ABC celebrates 90 years

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation is marking its 90th anniversary. What’s it doing to celebrate? And what does the future have in store?

SBS

SBS: Making elections accessible

SBS has arranged partnerships with ABC and commercial news outlets to simulcast election debates in a host of different languages.

Television Tower, Santiago de Chile

New head of Chile media regulator pushes for more public media

The incoming president of Chile’s media regulator advocated for more public media and greater media pluralism in her first comments since accepting the post.

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.

Channel 4

UK: Channel 4 makes history with Winter Paralympics

It's the first time a broadcaster has featured an all-disabled presenting line-up for a major sporting event, showing public media's value.

US Capitol Building

Congress to vote on $565 million funding for US public media

A crunch vote for crucial US public media funding in Congress is days away, and politicians are being urged to approve the $565 million bill.

LRT RADIO’s multilingual radio shows

Over the past year, LRT RADIO has experimented with new ways to provide minority groups with trustworthy and reliable news and information.

CBC/Radio-Canada

‘AccessCBC’ – CBC’s new initiative for creators with disabilities

Canada’s public broadcaster recently launched AccessCBC, a new initiative focused on increasing access to CBC for the disabled creator communities.