A satellite image of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai eruption.

Covering the Tongan tsunami from abroad, with no communications

Tongan journalist Agnes Tupou reflects on how they provided reassurance to Tongan people abroad after the volcanic eruption and tsunami.

2021: An overview of PMA’s year

Another year of cancelled conferences. Another year of virtual, on-screen meetings. CEO Sally-Ann Wilson reflects on PMA's 2021.

The importance of ethics when reporting on conflict

"A regional outline of the issues and key challenges” – keynote address by Dhruba Hari Adhikary on how ethics and conflict reporting interact.

Insight: Why Brazil’s public media must remain public

As Brazil's government looks to sell off the EBC, two staffers write about the fight to keep public media in public hands.

Cilla Benkö Swedish Radio

Cilla Benkö: Toxic for society when crime goes unpunished

In nine cases out of ten, around the world, a person who kills a journalist is not punished. Read Cilla Benkö's op-ed calling for an end to impunity for crimes against journalists.

tech background digital safety

FRONTLINE: Collaborating on the Pegasus Project

"There are always uncertainties in investigative journalism, but in this case they were worth stepping up to."

radio

Insight | New DRM project to help bridge educational gap

New project could extend reach of public broadcasters and their educational role, writes DRM's Ruxandra Obreja. 

BBC

Dyson Report | The BBC’s independence must not be undermined because of historic failings

Like many other current and former BBC journalists I am still reeling from the revelations in the Dyson Report about the BBC’s 1995 Panorama interview with Princess Diana.

Insight | Radio’s Finest Hour

Anders Held, Co-founder of the world's largest radio and audio conference, Radiodays Europe, brings us his insight into what he believes has been "Radio’s Finest Hour".

UNESCO IPDC

UNESCO’S IPDC supports two COVID-related projects in partnership with the Public Media Alliance

Work in favour of public service journalism has won further support from UNESCO’s IPDC with the announcement of two new PMA projects.