DR headquarters

Danish Broadcasting Corporation and public service broadcasting under threat

Ten Directors-General of public service companies in Europe sign statement in support of Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR).

TBC Studios

Restructure highlights ongoing struggle for TBC

The repositioning of two prominent journalists sparks further concern of government interference at the Tongan public broadcaster.

EBC: One year later

In September 2016 Brazil's new government began to threaten EBC with a series of changes. One year later, journalists are still denouncing the dismantling of public broadcasting in the country.

Focus on PSM | Maldives

Maldivian public and independent media has faced an uphill struggle in recent years after a period of relative gains between 2008 and 2010.

Changes afoot for RTVE

Reform means Spain’s public broadcaster is on right route towards greater independence, transparency and plurality.

Focus on PSM | Israel

Since last summer, Israel's public media landscape has been affected by countless debates and controversial proposals regarding the future of public service broadcasting.

Media companies in Ecuador face sanctions for unreported story

The Ecuadorian government fined seven media outlets for not covering the opposition’s misconduct, which was deemed a matter of public interest.

EBC employees on strike over censorship complaints

EBC employees join a general strike to protest against the company’s tight control and to defend freedom of expression.

TBC Studios

Concern as Tongan public broadcaster is labelled “enemy of the government”

The Public Media Alliance calls on the Tongan Prime Minister to respect the independence of the Tongan Broadcasting Commission (TBC) and its role in holding government to account.

New head of Gambian broadcaster commits to independence

The new head of Gambia Radio and Television Services (GRTS) is committed to ensuring the editorial independence of the state broadcaster.