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Resignations and discord lead to turmoil at RTVC

The departure of a deputy radio manager at RTVC has sent shocks throughout Colombia's media landscape, amid wider turmoil at the broadcaster.


PSM Weekly | 14 – 20 February 2024

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

CBC/Radio-Canada launches National Indigenous Strategy

CBC/Radio-Canada will also commission a study to better understand its reflection and representation of Indigenous communities.  

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TVO launches free learning resources

For the International Day of Education, TVO is launching a free online hub to share learning content about peace. 

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BHRT warns it’s on the brink of collapse

BiH might become the only European country without a public broadcaster, as BHRT reported existential challenges due to lack of funds.

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Trust at RTV SLO: “It is easier to ruin than rebuild”

After RTV SLO went through challenges and reforms, how is the broadcaster encouraging and restoring public trust in them as an institution?

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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.

Blocked or not blocked? The News Media Scan by DW

An app to understand which news media is blocked and where has been developed by DW and OONI in effort for internet freedom and openness .


A World Without Radio-Canada

Catherine Tait discussed the crisis in Canada's media ecosystem and the decline of trust, two existential threats to the survival of Radio-Canada.

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The precarious future of public media in Argentina

Amid elections in Argentina, the fate of public service media is precarious with one candidate proposing to remove the company entirely.