Our bid for an Innovate Africa project fund

The Film4Climate competition invites aspiring filmmakers to express their vision for a sustainable future by creating a short film or video about climate action

PMA CEO Sally-Ann Wilson reflects on global media freedom and our concern for public media in Tonga

As the Zika virus spreads throughout Latin America, radio is once again proving its worth in crisis situations.

PMA WorldView supported documentary Open Bethlehem has been endorsed by Malala Yousafzai, the youngest ever Nobel Laureate, and her father Ziauddin Yousafzai, the United Nations Special Advisor on Global Education. Malala’s support for the film comes as Open Bethlehem begins its 2016 tour, with launches planned in Australia, Canada, Chile and the USA.  The documentary was filmed over the course of 10 years […]

Leaders from seven of the world’s leading international broadcasters have issued a joint statement calling for the continued protection of media freedoms and support for fact-based, verifiable journalism as a critical facilitator for peace. The statement was issued in November 2015 from the DG7 annual meeting in Tokyo and heavily influenced by the recent attacks in Paris, continuing extremist violence […]

Speaking at the 2015 Edinburgh International Television Festival, Armando Iannucci delivers a powerful speech about what contemporary TV channels are for, as well as the future of BBC funding, government interference, and the changing dynamic of how the public view TV.

Sally-Ann Wilson, the Secretary-General of the CBA, has given spoken evidence to a select committee on public service broadcasting from the Isle of Man’s parliament