No extension for analogue TV signal in India

The deadline to switch over from analogue to digital signal TV in India will not be extended any further, says the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

Spain has most affordable public broadcasting in Europe

A new study published in collaboration with FORTA and Spanish universities, confirmed that the state’s public television service is the cheapest in Europe.

China’s CCTV launches new global media platform

China Central Television (CCTV) has confirmed it will launch a new global media platform in a bid to renew China’s image overseas.

Egypt passes new law to keep media in check

New media law in Egypt paves the way for a new Supreme Council to regulate and control the media, raising further press freedom concerns.

EBC: Restructured

A proposed restructuring of Brazil's public broadcaster was approved last week in a bid to make the organisation more efficient whilst also undermining its autonomy.

Prasar Bharati gets ready to launch new channel for north east India

The Indian public broadcaster will launch a new Doordarshan channel in a bid to enhance its reach in the region


Public broadcaster in Brazil will go back to buying content from private TV

The series of measures that have lately affected the structure of the Brazilian public broadcaster will now have an impact on the content it produces.

Indian Government halts ban on NDTV

The Hindi news channel was supposed to be suspended for a day on Wednesday but the government put the ban on hold as it waits for the Supreme Court response.

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Romanian parliament votes to wipe out public broadcaster fees

Last week the Romanian parliament voted to remove broadcasting fees in a move that could put the country's public service media in danger.

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French government offers funding to public radio

The French government has announced it will give funds to Radio France to help it settle old debts.