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Nos alegramos de anunciar nuestra asociación con Public Media Alliance, la asociación global más amplia de medios de servicio público.

Tras un arduo proceso promovido por diversos organismos de la sociedad civil que luego incorporó a los partidos políticos, la reforma diseñada para promover la independencia partidista de la radiotelevisión pública estatal española, vuelve a situarse bajo amenaza. Lo contamos y describimos los retos de futuro.

Los medios públicos europeos se mueven para competir con los servicios de descarga. Con este fin se comienzan a producir diversos tipos de colaboraciones en Reino Unido, Francia o los países nórdicos.

New collaborations emerge as public broadcasters face up to challenge posed by online and OTT TV competitors.

Streaming video on demand (SVOD) is on the rise, with organisations like Netflix and Amazon all expanding their footprint worldwide. Now, with the advent of Smart TVs and over-the-top TV (OTT TV) as well as growing investment in content, these digital players are competing more directly with public service broadcasters (PSB) than ever before.

The problem is, how do PSBs respond and maintain relevance? There is certainly an issue of scale. Netflix boasts 100million users and an $8billion programming budget for 2018. This will result in 700 new shows and 80 movies in a budget that is worth almost five times more than that of the BBC, one of the world’s largest PSBs.

Las corporaciones de medios públicos de Australia y Nueva Zelanda se enfrentan a cambios significativos en sus presupuestos: un recorte en el caso de Australia y un incremento en el de Nueva Zelanda.

Budget announcements mark significant challenges for ABC while RNZ welcomes boost.

While the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) faces a dramatic cut in funding, Radio New Zealand (RNZ) has benefitted from a significant boost – despite it not being as hefty as initially promised. Here we take a more in-depth look at each funding development and what it might mean for the future of public broadcasting across the region.

"Sacudidos pero no rotos". Sally-Ann Wilson Presidenta de Public Media Alliance explica por qué los medios públicos son tan importantes en la presente era digital, en un contexto de crecimiento de nacionalismos, populismos y noticias falsas.

“In these times of growing nationalism, populism and fake news, protecting the core values of public media has never been so important.”

Public Media Alliance CEO, Sally-Ann Wilson, issued a call to action in support of public media worldwide at the Central European University’s Centre for Media Data and Society (CMDS) in Budapest on 1 March.

The speech, as part of a CMDS series of guest lectures on public media, was aimed at encouraging greater collaboration and solidarity in ensuring the future of public media, as services struggle to ensure their core values in the digital media age and against the growing pressures of fake news, populism, nationalism, authoritarianism and the growth of competing and alternative new media.

Paul Thompson, Presidente de Radio New Zealand expone como los medios públicos deben responder a la crisis actual del periodismo en una suerte de manifiesto de diez puntos

2018 has not started well for the news media.

Once proudly independent and self-reliant, we seem to have been reduced to client states of Facebook, fretting about the social network’s move away from news.

Facebook has now realised what journalists have known all along. The stakes are high when it comes to news because it is the most effective counter to entrenched power. Doing it well costs money, is difficult and requires expertise and judgment. It performs a public service and is no longer a source of ready profit.

And pseudo-journalism – public relations, spin doctoring and all the more malign forms of propaganda that seek to co-opt the credibility of legitimate news – is a constant threat.

The core of the crisis is financial even if the impacts are far wider. The mass media business model based on scarcity is in retreat and once powerful commercial publishers and broadcasters are finding it extremely difficult to find alternatives and maintain their independence.

Public service media are somewhat protected from these ravages, privileged as we are to receive government and public funding.


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