Focus on PSM

Hong Kong’s media landscape has been in the limelight throughout the summer due to controversial decisions, censorship complaints and hints of tighter control by the mainland.

Maldivian public and independent media has faced an uphill struggle in recent years after a period of relative gains between 2008 and 2010.

Public service broadcasting in India has been growing, amidst challenges, bans and incomplete digital transitions. Considerable hostility towards journalists also remains across the country.

Since last summer, Israel’s public media landscape has been affected by countless debates and controversial proposals regarding the future of public service broadcasting.

Difficult times lie ahead for PSM in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as the public broadcaster faces possible closure due to political control, a lack of funding, and an inefficient licence fee collection systems.

It has been a busy couple of weeks for public broadcasters in the United Kingdom, with the BBC and Channel 4 facing some of the biggest changes in recent years.

In recent weeks, public media has been the topic of numerous discussions and debates in the Spanish media landscape.