BBC HQ night

Statement: The future of the BBC licence fee

The Public Media Alliance has serious concerns over the decision to freeze the licence fee which funds The BBC.

Channel 4

Channel 4 must remain in public ownership

Read our response to the House of Lords inquiry into the future of UK public broadcaster Channel 4.

South Korea National Assembly

South Korea: Proposed vote on ‘fake news’ bill postponed

The final vote on a proposed bill that many fear could undermine press freedom in South Korea has been postponed yet again.

TVN24 Poland

Poland: Senate must reject media ownership bill

PMA calls on Poland’s Senate to reject the controversial media ownership bill, which poses a serious threat to media independence and pluralism.

Manx Radio

Securing a future for public media in the Isle of Man

Following a year of upheaval and political wrangling, PMA member Manx Radio, has finally secured a package from government that will enable it to plan and build for the future.

Swedish Radio

New conditions for Swedish public media hammered out in parliament

Sweden’s Riksdag votes in favour of government bill to strengthen local journalism and allow public broadcasters to expand their online footprint, but there’s a caveat.

Manx Radio

PMA Response | Independence of public media at risk on the Isle of Man

The Public Media Alliance calls on the Isle of Man's Tynwald to ensure the independence of Manx Radio, the island's public service broadcaster.

Poland

The ongoing struggle for media freedom in Poland

It is just over a year since Poland’s Law and Justice Party (PiS) came to power in an election that had severe consequences for free and independent media in the country.

Looking to the future of PSM

What happens in the shared public media space matters and in an increasingly fragile world, it matters more than ever before. That was the key message from our recent PMA Global Conference in Montréal.

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