Cilla Benkö Swedish Radio

Cilla Benkö: Toxic for society when crime goes unpunished

In nine cases out of ten, around the world, a person who kills a journalist is not punished. Read Cilla Benkö's op-ed calling for an end to impunity for crimes against journalists.

Swedish Radio VMA

Swedish Radio’s role during crises and emergencies

Public broadcaster Swedish Radio's public alert systems play a critical role during times of crisis and emergency.

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PMA welcomes two new Board members

We warmly welcome Cilla Benkö and Odette Campbell as the newest members of the Public Media Alliance Board.

Swedish Radio

Swedish Radio joins the Public Media Alliance

We are proud to announce that Swedish Radio have become members of the Public Media Alliance (PMA), the largest global association of public broadcasters, with its CEO Cilla Benkö joining the PMA Board.

The challenges facing Nordic public media

Nordic countries might score highly in global press freedom rankings but there is no room for complacency when it comes to protecting public media.

NHK

NHK’s emergency reporting

As the need for emergency and crisis reporting grows, what can we learn from Japanese public broadcaster NHK?

SVT SR

Swedish media call for action against attempts to influence press freedom by China

The Chinese Government is continuing to attack independent journalists, Swedish media companies and publishers according to a joint statement from Utgivarna.

Swedish Radio

New conditions for Swedish public media hammered out in parliament

Sweden’s Riksdag votes in favour of government bill to strengthen local journalism and allow public broadcasters to expand their online footprint, but there’s a caveat.

Best of PSM | Swedish Radio on tour

For six weeks, two teams from Swedish Radio travelled the length and breadth of Sweden to meet listeners and learn more about their audience. Here, CEO Cilla Benkö offers her insight from the tour.

Swedish Radio

Election coverage in Sweden: Democracy, multimedia and populist rhetoric

Swedish public media tirelessly covered the country’s election amidst threats and complaints from the far right, with a renewed commitment to bring valuable information to its citizens.