BBC HQ night

The Dyson Report on the BBC and Martin Bashir’s 1995 interview with Princess Diana

A report published by the BBC from an independent investigation reveals the misconduct of a reporter and the BBC’s lack of transparency surrounding the Panorama interview with Princess Diana.

Uganda

Serious concerns for transparency and journalist safety during Uganda’s general election

Uganda’s general election takes place amid significant threats to independent media.

PSM unpacked

Audience engagement and public media during COVID-19

Engaging with audiences is essential if public media are to build trust and ensure public accountability. Yet, with COVID-19 massively disrupting the way we work and interact, how have public media adapted to best engage with their audiences during the pandemic?

RTVE

Public contest is the only democratic solution to RTVE’s paralysis

More than 170 communication and education professionals, civil society organisations, federations and unions have signed a declaration calling on the Spanish government to restart proposals to democratise RTVE.

BBC HQ night

Focus on PSM | The challenges facing the BBC

Concerns over transparency, relevance, governance and its funding model are just some of the issues that the public broadcaster has been grappling with.

ABC

Update | ABC lodge application to set aside warrant

The ABC lodged a court application to set aside the warrant that authorised an Australian Federal Police (AFP) raid and to demand the return of seized files.

Poland

The ongoing struggle for media freedom in Poland

It is just over a year since Poland’s Law and Justice Party (PiS) came to power in an election that had severe consequences for free and independent media in the country.