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BBC World Service reveals for the first time that 310 of its journalists are working in exile

Ahead of World Press Freedom Day, the BBC is announcing for the first time that over 300 World Service journalists are working in exile.

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RNZ chief executive apologises after pro-Russian sentiment added to stories

A Ukrainian man who complained about an RNZ story last year having Russian propaganda says his concerns are only now being noticed.

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1 Year On: Public Broadcasting and Ukraine

Public service broadcasters continue to play a crucial role in providing factual, trusted coverage of the Ukraine war.

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PMA condemns Russia’s ban on UK public media journalists

The latest action taken by Russian officials – which includes banning some UK public media workers from reporting from inside Russia – is another blow to independent journalism in the country.  

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Russia to close CBC/Radio-Canada Moscow bureau

The closure of the public media organisation's Moscow bureau demonstrates further curtailment of independent and free press in Russia.

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Czech Television’s services for children on Russia-Ukraine war

Czech Television has launched a new service for children to seek information and ask questions about the Russia-Ukraine war.

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Russian journalist fined after on-air protest

Russian journalist, Marina Ovsyannikova, was fined after disrupting state broadcaster Channel One by holding a sign saying “No War”.

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Swedish Radio announces free-to-use daily news podcast in Russian

Starting this week, Swedish Radio will publish a daily news podcast in Russian about the war in Ukraine, available to all European media. 

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Public media goes silent from Russia

A host of public media organisations have decided to stop broadcasting out of Russia due to safety concerns.

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Erklärung der Global Task Force zum Angriff auf Rundfunkeinrichtungen in Kiew

Die 'Global Task Force for public media' (GTF) verurteilt den russischen Angriff auf einen Fernsehturm und Sendeanlagen in Kiew, der offensichtlich darauf abzielt, den ukrainischen Bürgerinnen und Bürgern mitten im Krieg genaue Informationen vorzuenthalten.