CBC/Radio-Canada

CBC/Radio-Canada announces programming and job cuts

CBC/Radio-Canada revealed its intention to reduce its workforce by 10% and cut programmes as part of its strategy to address a budget shortfall.

TV Tower in Sarajevo

Media freedom in decline in Bosnia & Herzegovina

The passing of restrictive laws on the media industry has raised concerns about a decline in media freedomin Bosnia & Herzegovina.

Windhoek Namibian

Investigative journalism workshop “happening at just the right time”

An interview with Emily-May Brown on how the PMA-organised workshop in Namibia will promote investigative journalism in sub-Saharan Africa.

20 people sat at different tables in a conference room.

A sustainable public media

Public media sustainability was the focus of a one-day workshop, which was organised by the Public Media Alliance (PMA)

Poland press freedom protest 2016

Focus On Poland: Pressure on independent media

Despite an improvement in press freedom, Poland’s independent media continues to suffer under the PiS government.

Rental bikes offered to ZDF staff in cooperation with regional public mobility providers.

“A cultural change”: sustainable PSM

In a follow-up to PMA's session on sustainability at PBI in Tokyo last year, we highlight recent PSM initiatives to be more sustainable. 

Channels TV fined by NBC

A number of civil society groups have sued the Nigerian broadcast regulator after Channels TV was fined N5 million.

Thai PBS website changes

New look Thai PBS website: “Digital First”

Thailand's public broadcaster looks to adapt its offerings to be more digitally-focused while continuing to promote its public service remit.

The Well Said project: “Yle’s act for a functioning democracy”

A project co-led by Finland’s public media organisation aims to improve the discussion culture in Finland, and support democracy.

Protesters against REM in Belgrade, Serbia

Serbia: TV licences awarded to ‘pro-government’ stations

Accusations of political interference have been raised in Serbia after regulatory body grants licences to four pro-government stations.