Participants on the trans-Atlantic Zoom call, clockwise from left: Steve Junker, of CAI, the program’s executive producer; Michel Francois, potter from Cornwall; Jennette Barnes, reporter from CAI; Sarah Caruso, potter from Cape Cod.

From Cornwall to Cape Cod: Collaborative radio project unites coastal stations across Atlantic

Public radio station CAI and community radio station Source FM have joined forces in an innovative new radio project to produce hour-long programmes of conversations between their communities.

RRI building in Jakarta

The future of RRI as public radio in Indonesia

This insight provides an analysis of RRI’s ongoing issues and potential solutions for reforming the organisation and protecting public media.

Digital radio

Five public media audio trends to keep an eye on in 2022

Recent trends – from increased podcast listenership to more diverse audiences – indicate promising developments for public radio broadcasters.

LRT radio studio

LRT RADIO: Reducing the COVID confusion

How Lithuania’s public radio helped to reduce confusion about COVID-19 with an original, multilingual approach.

podcast

Podcasts and public media: Local news

Public radio has a long history of creating content that meets the changing needs of society while informing, educating, and entertaining listeners. But how is it adapting to provide public service podcasting?

lockdown

Easing lockdown: Public media’s roadmap to resuming production

As lockdown restrictions continue to ease across some parts of the world, many industries are starting to reopen. A return to content production is also taking place. But what might this ‘new normal’ look like for public media?

Latvijas Radio

News staff at Latvian Radio call on board to resign 

The News Service staff from Latvia’s public radio station, Latvijas Radio, have expressed no confidence in their board and issued an open letter demanding board members to quit or be dismissed due to poor working conditions and inaction to support the sustainability of the broadcaster.

The true cost of broadcasting with public funding: accountability

A Manx tale: The CBA's Sally-Ann Wilson talks about why the funding for a small island's radio station is a big topic