SABC satellite

Calls to “expedite” SABC board appointments following delays

The new board of South Africa’s public broadcaster has still not been appointed, while financial woes persist.

RRI building in Jakarta

The future of RRI as public radio in Indonesia

This insight provides an analysis of RRI’s ongoing issues and potential solutions for reforming the organisation and protecting public media.

Pakistan Geo

Independent media in Pakistan remains under threat

It has now been more than 200 days since the arbitrary arrest of Mir Shakil-ur Rahman and there is still no sign that he will be released.  

BBC HQ night

PMA Statement: ‘One Minute to Midnight’ in the newsroom and good governance in PSM

"As the BBC approaches its centenary, we are aware of how many media organisations around the world share those same news values, the values of public media."

NHK

Focus On PSM | NHK

Japan’s public broadcaster faced a number of challenges in recent months, from the introduction of simultaneous streaming to governance and independence concerns.

BBC HQ night

Focus on PSM | The challenges facing the BBC

Concerns over transparency, relevance, governance and its funding model are just some of the issues that the public broadcaster has been grappling with.

Uganda

Silencing the Twitter-Chatter

Legislation to fight ‘fake news’ and cyber-crimes across Sub-Saharan Africa endangers press freedom

New PSB in Israel may never see the light of the day

The Israeli government may revoke the decision to establish a new public broadcaster in what could be a serious detriment to democracy in the country.

EBC’s situation contested in public hearing

After the recent changes and government interference, former members of the Brazilian public broadcaster met with Parliament to debate its current situation.

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.