The UK government is reported to be planning to privatise Channel 4.
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In the ‘post-truth’ age, what is needed is more public service media, not less.
Martin Bashir’s interview with Diana, Princess of Wales was watched by millions when it aired in 1995.
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Critics of the UK's public broadcaster will be sharpening their knives over the latest scandal.
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Funding cuts will force the national broadcaster to implement a root and branch reorganisation.
Still fit for purpose?
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The UK government has set up a committee to report on the future of public broadcasting – sounds ominous.
The prime minister, Boris Johnson, broadcasting to the nation on March 23, 2020.
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It’s not enough to say the science has changed – now, more than ever, we need clear accountability and transparency about the government’s decisions
Screenshot from Evolve Politics website with the BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg. Inset, her tweet reporting a story that turned out to be untrue. ITV’s political editor posted a similar tweet.
The BBC is looking exposed after a campaign in which it has taken fire from all sides.
People attend a protest demanding South Korean President Park Geun-hye’s resignation in Seoul, South Korea, December 24, 2016.
Compared with their counterparts in other democratic countries, South Korea’s national public broadcasters are politically vulnerable.
Demonstrators protest against censorship by the South African Broadcasting Corporation.
It’s vital that the problems at the South African Broadcasting Corporation be fixed in the public interest and for democracy, given its wide media reach in the country.
The Conversation is sharing more of its articles with the ABC.
Straight down the line: one of the BBC’s values.
The BBC has called for a national debate on what it is for. The public needs to speak and the politicians need to listen.
With power comes responsibility.
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It may all come down to how broadcasters interpret their impartiality requirements.
The challenge for the ABC as it faces political opposition is to remind taxpayers of the good value it represents and of the public service journalism it creates.
The Abbott government is preparing to cut funding to the ABC. The end of the Australia Network in its present form is one saving already flagged by communications minister Malcolm Turnbull. And while the…