Ecuador

Focus On PSM: Second time lucky for public media in Ecuador?

A year after it was dismantled, public media is being considered again in Ecuador. But can the country establish a resilient and independent public media system?

TVN24 Poland

Poland: Anti-foreign media amendment inches closer as TVN24’s licence is suspended

With the suspension of TVN24’s licence and a draft media bill to ban non-European media ownership underway, media pluralism in Poland continues to be threatened.

RTV Slovenia

Slovenia: Pressure builds for public media and press freedom

MFRR launches mission to Slovenia as public service media continues to face significant political and financial pressures.

Press Freedom digital safety

Independent media and press freedom take another hit in Hungary as Index editor is fired

The country, whose government is credited with inspiring media capture across Europe, has received yet another blow to its press freedom.

Nepal

Nepal’s public broadcasting bill causes independence concerns

A new Public Service Broadcasting bill has raised serious concerns among journalists and lawmakers about the potential for government control over a new public media body.

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.