New Zealand’s news media entered uncharted territory on March 15

Radio New Zealand CEO, Paul Thompson, reflects on the way news media are coping with the complexity and enormity of telling the story of the March 15 atrocity in Christchurch and its aftermath.

Webinar | Reporting hate speech and acts of terror in South East Asia

Join us on Monday 25 March for a webinar on “Developing relevant guidelines & codes of conduct to report hate speech and acts of terror for South East Asia”

International Women’s Day 2019

This International Women’s Day, we take a look at some of the challenges faced by women in the media and the initiatives aiming to change toxic narratives and the status quo.

Envisioning the future of climate change journalism

PMA recently took part in a “collective ideation” workshop to encourage greater collaboration and identify solutions to common challenges in producing quality climate change journalism.

Insight | How public media should respond to journalism’s crisis

PMA President and Radio New Zealand CEO Paul Thompson writes about the crisis of journalism and the challenges facing public media organisations worldwide.

Terrorism, Conflict & Hate Speech in South Asian News Media

We are pleased to announce our latest project to strengthen the capacity of South Asian news media to report on terrorism, violence and hate speech.

Newsrewired roundup

Our roundup of some of the key discussions at NewsRewired 2017, a conference on digital journalism.

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.

Developing Social Media Guidelines for media professionals in the Caribbean

Looking back at our recent social media workshop and meeting in Barbados, which will contribute to a set of social media guidelines for the Caribbean region.

What makes news humanitarian?

In this fascinating blog Dr. Martin Scott explores the dilemmas of reporting on suffering and why some instances of human suffering are reported, and other are not.