CBC

How CBC News safeguards its independence

CBC's journalism is defined by accuracy, fairness, balance and integrity

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Slovak government urged to abandon new public media law

The govt’s new proposal on RTVS Act caused serious concern amongst Slovaks and media freedom groups over the future of RTVS independence.

Slovak public broadcaster building

Slovakia: RTVS and media freedom under scrutiny

A climate of insecurity is lingering, as budget cuts and plans to dissolve RTVS into two entities were announced by the government.

Close up of President elect of Argentina, Javier Milei.

Argentina: PMA calls on Milei to protect public service media

The Public Media Alliance urges Javier Milei to recognise the vital role public service media play in democracy and protect public media.

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Media freedom in decline in Bosnia & Herzegovina

The passing of restrictive laws on the media industry has raised concerns about a decline in media freedomin Bosnia & Herzegovina.

Czech Television

Česká Televize’s licence fee: up or down?

While more and more public service media have seen their funding reduced, in the Czech Republic the licence fee is going to increase.

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EMFA: PMA joins call for effective safeguards for strong and independent public service media

PMA has joined a coalition of 19 organisations in urging EU institutions to effectively protect the independence of public service media in the European Media Freedom Act (EMFA).

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Concern over political appointment at ZNS Bahamas

The Press Secretary of the Prime Minister, Clint Watson, has been appointed the General Manager of ZNS Bahamas.

South Korean public broadcaster’s viability in question in the face of funding threat: Global Task Force for public media

The GTF is concerned over a proposal to fundamentally alter the funding mechanism for the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS).

Exterior shot of Rai headquarters with Rai logo.

Rai CEO resigns sparking fears of political interference

“A political clash has erupted over the position I hold ... which contributes to weakening Rai," said Rai’s CEO, Carlo Fuortes.