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South Asian media professionals joined the PMA in Chennai, where we discussed how media outlets can better cover terrorism, violence and hate speech.

The repositioning of two prominent journalists sparks further concern of government interference at the Tongan public broadcaster.

The British regulator Ofcom wants to “raise the bar on performance” of the BBC with a series of resolutions that will affect the company’s content, quotas and diversity.

With a growth in forced migration to Europe, a new series of events will explore whether European PSBs can fulfil the media needs of newly arrived children?

The publication of the SABC 2017 Annual Report reveals few surprises to those attending last week’s SABA conference in Windhoek.

After lengthy negotiations, the final reform for Spain’s public broadcaster has been approved, pushing RTVE towards greater independence and transparency.

In September 2016 Brazil’s new government began to threaten EBC with a series of changes. One year later, journalists are still denouncing the dismantling of public broadcasting in the country.

This free pre-summit CGMS workshop aims to help European stakeholders better understand the information and entertainment needs of Arabic-speaking children, many of whom are struggling to make sense of the troubling and often chaotic environment they have witnessed.

How do public media organisations maintain a clear vision in a fast changing media landscape? This is one of the key focuses of the Public Broadcasters International (PBI) conference in Romania, where PMA has been attending and participating in panels and sessions.

Choosing the right technology solution is only part of the recipe for ensuring a successful technology project. The real challenges – and potential for failure – begin once implementation is underway.

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