PSM Weekly | 12-18 July
Our weekly round-up of public service media related stories and headlines from around the world.
Developing Social Media Guidelines
Looking back at our social media guidelines workshop for Caribbean media workers
Media Freedom and PSB in Tonga
Our travel bursar Koro Vaka’uta has returned from Tonga with this report on TBC
RTHK files censorship complaints after rescheduled show
Hong Kong’s public broadcaster denounces censorship after one of its satirical programmes was replaced by the Chinese Presidents speech.
Climate change tools for journalists
Climate change is the biggest existential crisis that we face, yet it the topic is often misreported or lacks in regular coverage
Our 2017 bursars are back!
Read about our recently returned travel bursars and their unique experiences with broadcasters around the world.
Updates from the world of public service media
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