City of Lahore, Pakistan.

Focus on PSM | Pakistan

Initial hopes for improvements to media freedom in Pakistan, under the leadership of Imran Khan, appear to have receded. In recent months the country’s media landscape has been faced with numerous changes and challenges.


Escalating violence towards journalists in Haiti

On October 10, radio journalist Néhémie Joseph was found dead in his car in the Mirebalais area, the sixth killing of a journalist in Haiti in 19 years.


Focus on PSM | Haiti

Despite a pluralistic media environment and recent gains for improved media freedom, Haiti struggles with a lack of secure independent media outlets and protections for journalists. Here we explore the country's provisions for effective public interest journalism. 

Journalism is not a crime. ABC

Under Pressure: Why Public Media Matters

Read about our session at the Global Conference for Media Freedom on the pressures facing public media worldwide and why now, more than ever, we must fight for its future.

Mexico City

Hope for public media in Mexico?

Mexico is one of the world’s deadliest countries for journalists, with an environment that breeds fear and self-censorship. So what hope is there for effective public media in the country?

Women gender camera

PSM Weekly | 5-11 June 2019

Our weekly round-up of public service media related stories and headlines from around the world.

World Press Freedom Day 2019

Press freedom is essential for effective and independent public service media to exist. But as journalist safety continues to decline and more governments tighten their grip on the media, what impact is this having on public media worldwide?

City of Lahore, Pakistan.

Violence against journalists continues in Pakistan

Safety remains a serious concern as hostility towards journalists continues to rise.


Journalist safety an ongoing concern in Pakistan

The Public Media Alliance urges the Pakistani Government to rigorously investigate a reported abduction attempt on Azaz Syed, a senior correspondent at Geo TV in Islamabad on 2 June.

Croatia must ensure public broadcaster's independence

IPI Press Release: Public broadcasting independence, defamation laws and the safety of journalists in Croatia are chief concerns for press freedom organisations