Report: New world view
Charlotte Jenner and John McCarthy
This report examines the key role PSBs play in providing citizens with reliable and engaging international coverage, and how this content can empower audiences to make informed democratic choices. Research includes interviews with heads of Public Service Broadcasters, journalism academics and development experts.
Report: Reviewing the world
Martin Scott, Charlotte Jenner and Rosie Smith
A review of the CBA WorldView project, international coverage and the UK media industry. A detailed impact study of a project which has worked to address barriers to media coverage of developing countries for the past 13 years through seed-funding innovative documentaries.
Report: Brave new world service
John McCarthy with Charlotte Jenner
The report asks: With the biggest institutional changes in BBC World Service history on the horizon (2014) and deep cuts being made to its funding, a crucial question is, what does the future hold for the World Service?
A Road map to Public Service Broadcasting
This book focuses on those who have either achieved PSB or are trying to do so. It is aimed at those who are thinking about going down this path, but do not know exactly how to do it. It also tries to open minds to the new opportunities offered to broadcasters by the digital switchover to lead the way into interactive public service media.
Commonwealth election broadcasting guidelines
Published by the CBA for the Commonwealth Secretariat
Covering elections in small states
The fourth edition of the handbook designed to help broadcasters identify and adopt good practices that ensure sound coverage by the media, which operate freely and fairly.
Guidelines for broadcasters on promoting UGC and media and information literacy
Guidelines on how broadcasters around the world can encourage audiences to produce better quality user-generated content and to improve media and information literacy.
Guidelines for Broadcasting Regulation. Second Edition
Eve Salomon is an international media consultant with particular experience in broadcasting and press regulation. She was Director of Legal Services at the UK Radio Authority and is a member of the UK’s Press Complaints Commission. This publication is supported by Unesco.
Handbook on radio and television audience research
This handbook was published by Unicef and Unesco in 1999, and is a useful guide to the principles and practice of audience research.
Maximising income and controlling costs in small and medium broadcasting operations
Also includes pieces by Kulpam Peshin, NDTV, India; Ken Clark, Fiji TV and Neil Dormand, CBA.
The handbook is divided into three sections addressing issues and solutions firstly through tackling ways to maximise income and discussing various income streams. The second section corporate planning, marketing plans and an in-depth look at budgeting. And lastly, controlling costs is examined from many angles with samples of a production budget summary and a detailed production cost sheet.
Media literacy from the perspective of broadcasters and user generated content producers around the world
Lisa Stribbling and Martin Scott
This report looks at various aspects of media literacy from the perspective of broadcasters and user-generated content (UGC) producers around the world. The results of a survey of the practices and policies of 32 broadcasters were used to examine three aspects of media literacy.
Media management manual
John Prescott Thomas
A handbook for television and radio practitioners in countries-in-transition.
A practical guide to KPIs and benchmarking in public broadcasting.
Reflecting the real world?
Joe Smith, Lucy Edge and Vanessa Morris
A publication on how British TV portrayed developing countries in 2005
The world in focus
How UK audiences connect with the wider world and the international content of news in 2009.