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From our Archive: High-level appointments and departures in public radio and television

The Southern African Broadcasting Association has put equality for women in media firmly on the agenda by insisting on a gender-balanced board

This is one of the discussion points for our workshop on the future of programming for young people in an international summit on children’s media next week

We are facilitating three member stations to attend the Caribbean Broadcasting Union’s AGA, a key regional broadcasting meeting

As some of our members grapple with the impact of the virus outbreak, we have sent a practical briefing to affected and potentially affected broadcasters

How some of our members in Sierra Leone and Nigeria are covering the deadly virus crisis and helping inform and reassure the public

The battle for spectrum is on, as broadcast unions stand together to oppose ceding TV’s dedicated frequencies to mobile web use

Our congratulations to Sally-Ann Wilson, head of the CBA, who has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Bedfordshire

The CBA Travel Bursary enables broadcasters to go on international exchange to share knowledge, see what this year’s bursars found on their journeys

This week saw the announcement of 80 job losses for ABC Australia, and a net 220 posts from BBC News, the latest in ongoing cuts to Public Service Broadcasting around the world

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