WPFD

World Press Freedom Day 2022: themes from the past 12 months

For World Press Freedom Day 2022, PMA has analysed six press freedom themes which have been prevalent across the past twelve months.

Yle

Finland: Law amendment imposes restrictions on Yle textual content

The Finnish Parliament has approved an amendment to the Yle Act that imposes restrictions on its online textual content.

Digital radio

Five public media audio trends to keep an eye on in 2022

Recent trends – from increased podcast listenership to more diverse audiences – indicate promising developments for public radio broadcasters.

Accessibility

Protecting the prominence of public media

As media markets become more crowded and global streaming giants continue to grow rapidly, what steps are being taken to address challenges to the prominence of public media?

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.

Yle

Focus on PSM: Yle 

From new language services to the challenges of a proposal to limit Finland's public broadcasting Act, catch up with recent news about Finnish public broadcaster Yle

lockdown

Easing lockdown: Public media’s roadmap to resuming production

As lockdown restrictions continue to ease across some parts of the world, many industries are starting to reopen. A return to content production is also taking place. But what might this ‘new normal’ look like for public media?

CBC North

Public media & indigenous languages

With 2019 being the UN Year of Indigenous Languages, how do public media organisations ensure the fair representation of indigenous cultures and languages?

Public Service Media Lifting Us Up

Finnish public broadcaster Yle acts as a co-creator of a new kind of event for media, arts, and culture

New CEO for Finland’s Yle

Congratulations to Merja Ylä-Anttila for her appointment as CEO of Finnish public broadcaster Yle.