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Zambia’s government refuses to back down on a decision to award 60% share in the national broadcaster, despite public outcry and rebukes from the opposition.

The Director General of the BBC, Tony Hall, has today announced a new channel and funding increase for BBC Scotland.

The new head of Gambia Radio and Television Services (GRST) is committed to ensuring the editorial independence of the state broadcaster.

The deadline to switch over from analogue to digital signal TV in India will not be extended any further, says the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

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Media groups in Thailand protest against media bill that would lead to government control of the press and restrict freedom of expression.

The provisional measure was approved by the Senate last week, increasing state control over the country’s public broadcaster.

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New research by Article 19 and the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights (HFHR) offers in-depth analysis about ongoing concerns surrounding the independence of public service media in Poland.

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