Global Conference 2018: Session by session

From coverage of the Windrush scandal to public media innovations, this year's PMA Global Conference explored ways to rebuild trust in media and democracy worldwide.

UNESCO & PMA Workshop on Investigative Journalism in the a Digital Age

Caribbean journalists from 11 nations took part in our three day investigative journalism workshop in Kingston, Jamaica

UNESCO/PMA Investigative Journalism in a Digital Age workshop

We are pleased to announce our upcoming Investigative Journalism workshop in Jamaica, in partnership with UNESCO.

Jamaican filmmaker learns from South African drama production

Kiesha-Ann Smith is one of four CBA Travel Attachment Bursars for 2013. Find out what she learned from her trip

Jamaican minister wants media complaints body established

The minister with responsibility for information is concerned there is still no self-regulating body in the media for the public to seek redress without resorting to court

Broadcasters from Jamaica and Ghana observe Commonwealth Day

Rosemary and Allia, two CBA-Chevening broadcasting bursars, braved the cold for a glimpse of Commonwealth pomp in London