Thai PBS' new website launched October 10, 2022. Credit: Thai PBS

Developing a website with public service at its core

Thai PBS launched a new website on October 10, 2022, which consolidates quality programs from 10 sub-sites in one place to provide users with access to comprehensive content.

Headshots of the successful recipients of this year's Global Grants.

Meet our 2022 Global Grantees!

From learning how digitalisation can improve sports coverage to a transnational collaboration project, PMA has announced 2022's Global Grants.

Thai PBS Foundation delivered food and consumer goods to support communities during the shortage period. Medical supplies and medical equipment were donated to hospitals and health service centers.

Thai PBS: Above and beyond broadcasting during a pandemic

Covid-19 profoundly changed everyday life for everyone in Thailand. The public broadcaster, Thai PBS, recognised it had a responsibility to step up.

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Thai PBS joins PMA

The Public Media Alliance warmly welcomes Thai Public Broadcasting Service, better known as Thai PBS, to the association.

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The rise of “fake news” laws across South East Asia

Serious concern as recently enacted “fake news” laws threaten media freedom across South East Asia.

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Putting the public in public media

Exploring the initiatives that some broadcasters have undertaken to better engage and involve the public in public service media.

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BBC ends shortwave transmission in Thailand

Unable to reach agreement with the Thai government, the BBC World Service has not renewed its operating permit after 20 years of operations in the country.

UNESCO Press Release: Launch of new ‘Women Make the News – Thailand’ Database

UNESCO initiative to improve gender equality in Thai media opens with special event ahead of International Women’s Day.

Thai media organisations rally to oppose information bill

Media groups in Thailand protest against media bill that would lead to government control of the press and restrict freedom of expression.

Media outlets face further restrictions in Thailand

Thai media face further restrictions as Prime Minister gives sweeping powers to broadcast and press regulators.