Bosnian PSB to suspend broadcasting

The Bosnia and Herzegovinian Radio and Television (BHRT) service will temporarily suspend broadcasting from the 30 June as a result of longstanding financial difficulties

The week in public service media

Our new weekly round-up of public service media news stories from around the world.

Political pressure to privatise SBC in Switzerland

Editor-in-Chief of SBC's releases statement in support of the broadcaster's role as an instrument of democracy.

Concern for public media in Poland

Impact of new media laws leads to growing concern for media freedom and public service broadcasting in Poland.

BBC launches new diversity and inclusion strategy

The new strategy aims to dramatically improve the corporation’s inclusivity and representation of the UK’s diverse public, both through the content it produces and internally at the workplace.

New public television service for the Solomon Islands

Following a successful feasibility study in 2015, the Solomon Islands’ national radio broadcaster, SIBC, is planning to launch a new public television service.

PBS in the changing media landscape

In a recent interview during a visit to PBS affiliate Think TV, CEO Paula Kerger explained how the broadcaster maintains its high level of public trust and support whilst keeping pace with the ever-changing media landscape.

European PSBs launch new services for refugees

As the number of refugees in Europe grows, public media organisations have launched a number of services to cater for those who have recently arrived

PSM in the 21st Century: What value and which values?

This article is an edited version of Prof. Gregory F. Lowe's speech from the EBU Knowledge Exchange 2015 on the topic of PSM Contribution to Society.

The Global PSM Expert Roster is Live!

New RIPE network: "It's your life - it's your media. Get involved. Make a difference"