How CBC/Radio-Canada is addressing declining trust

With indicators suggesting declining public trust in CBC/Radio-Canada, how is the broadcaster addressing the problem? 

PSM Weekly | 15 – 21 May 2024

Our weekly round-up of public service media related stories and headlines from around the world.

SABC HQ South Africa

SABC Editor-in-Chief under scrutiny before major election

SABC’s Head of News was called for a security check involving a polygraph test, as South Africa prepares for a general election.

Italian public broadcaster accused of bias ahead of elections

Rai journalists strike calling for independent PSM as government is accused of turning Rai into a mouthpiece ahead of the EU elections.

SABC HQ South Africa

Bill delayed as SABC threatened with strike

The Parliament has put the SABC Bill on hold for lack of time to process it before the upcoming elections.

“P3 is a radio station for kids, right?”

P3 is a station for music lovers who also want to keep up to date with popular culture and current affairs, writes Head of P3, Simon Gooch.

A slab of granite with the RTÉ sign engraved.

New leadership for RTÉ as licence fee evasion increases

As the new RTÉ Chair was appointed, it was announced that TV licence fee losses since last year’s payment scandal rose up to €22 million.

The Beehive, New Zealand's Parliament

TVNZ: The news funding model is broken – but this would fix it

Newshub shutting down and cuts at TVNZ show that New Zealand needs a new funding model for its fourth estate. 

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PSM Weekly | 5 – 12 March 2024

Our weekly round-up of public service media related stories and headlines from around the world.

Protests against Rai following festival broadcast

Protests against Rai erupted after the broadcaster distanced itself from comments about Israel and Gaza, at a festival it was broadcasting.