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WhatsApp, a new channel for broadcasters?

More and more broadcasters are joining the trend of WhatsApp info channels, some to inform, others to get closer to their audience.

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 .

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SVT new sustainable cloud-based production technology

A new technology created by SVT’s technical department could have a big impact on the organisation's finances and carbon footprint.

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‘SWIplus’ app to strengthen political participation of the Swiss Abroad

The SWIplus app will cater to the 10% of the Swiss population that lives abroad and has specific information needs and media usage habits.

ZDF building with banners.

Germany: Public media reforms scrutinised

The heads of Germany’s 16 states have given their assent to reforming Germany’s public media sector, but the proposals have faced criticism.  

KBS election coverage includes presenting a data show with the Blue House in Seoul as the background using XR. Credit: Korean Broadcasting System

KBS uses “cutting edge technology” in 2022 election coverage

South Korea’s largest and most trusted public broadcaster used technological innovation to push its election coverage to new heights.

Digital radio

The Future of Radio

The “Digital radio and audio review” commissioned by the UK Government is targeted at setting the industry up for the future.  

BBC HQ night

Challenges ahead for next BBC DG

As Tony Hall prepares to step down as Director General of the BBC, what challenges will his successor face?

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PSM Weekly | 11 – 17 September 2019

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

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PSM Weekly | 26 June-2 July 2019

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