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.

EBC’s situation contested in public hearing

After the recent changes and government interference, former members of the Brazilian public broadcaster met with Parliament to debate its current situation.

Further measures undermine public media in Brazil

The government’s decision to wipe out the EBC Board of Trustees further derails the public broadcaster's freedom and independence.

Nordicom: Blurring the Lines

New anthology from Nordicom about market-driven and democracy-driven freedom of expression

Maldivian government warns against involvement with Al-Jazeera documentary

The Maldivian majority party has threatened to use defamation laws to punish those involved in producing or broadcasting a documentary that uncovers corruption in the country, produced by Al-Jazeera.

Tunisia approves declaration on media freedom

Last week Tunisia’s President Beji Caid Essebi signed a declaration granting independent journalism and the right to information.

Communications Minister to face Parliament enquiry over SABC crisis

Today, South Africa’s Communications Minister, Faith Muthambi, will respond to a parliamentary inquiry over the turmoil that has been unsettling the nation’s broadcaster

Political interference continues at Croatia’s PSB

New report calls for balanced coverage and independence of Croatian public broadcaster, HRT, ahead of crucial parliamentary election in September.

EFJ: From State Media to Public Service Broadcaster

Speech by Mogens Blicher Bjerregård, President of the European Federation of Journalists at the Council of Europe in April 2016.

Pacific media at the centre of conference

Pacific media will be one of the key issue to discuss at the World Journalism Education Congress in New Zealand.