Remote working

Assistance and best practices for remote broadcasting during COVID-19

As many journalists adapt to working from home, what are the best practices for broadcasting away from the studio?

ABC HQ Sydney

ABC will not appeal validation of police raids on public broadcaster

The validation of a warrant used to raid ABC’s headquarters last June is another blow to media freedom in Australia and an assault on public interest journalism.

Microphone election

Local Democracy Reporting service takes off

New Zealand media organisations are invited to apply to receive content from a $1m pilot scheme aimed at boosting the reporting of local democracy issues across the country.

Devastation caused by Dorian

Hurricane Dorian: Its catastrophic destruction in Abaco & Grand Bahama

"We have never experienced such devastation as we did in Hurricane Dorian; it was awesome and awful!" ZNS General Manager, Kayleaser Deveaux-Isaacs, writes about the impact of Hurricane Dorian on the Bahamas and its national broadcasting station.

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PSM Weekly | 14 – 20 August 2019

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

Insight | Countering Disinformation and Hate Speech in South East Asia

Following the Easter Sunday terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka, development communications expert Paul Risley explores what is meant by hate speech and how best to identify and counter it.

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Webinar | Reporting hate speech and acts of terror in South East Asia

Join us on Monday 25 March for a webinar on “Developing relevant guidelines & codes of conduct to report hate speech and acts of terror for South East Asia”

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Action plan on hate speech and media coverage of terrorism & violence for the Caribbean region

Upcoming UNESCO, Public Media Alliance and Ethical Journalism Network workshop to develop action plan on hate speech, terrorism and violence coverage for the Caribbean Region

What makes news humanitarian?

In this fascinating blog Dr. Martin Scott explores the dilemmas of reporting on suffering and why some instances of human suffering are reported, and other are not.