How the public broadcaster is letting us down
If Television Malta (TVM) were your only source of
More taxpayer money sent Saviour Balzan’s way
The co-owner of Media Today, Saviour Balzan, has been
Sister of new education minister pocketed at least €25,000 from government jobs since 2020
The sister of new Education Minister Clifton Grima, Charlene
Education Minister Clifton Grima’s canvasser: a sports official suspended over a death threat
Clifton Grima, who has just been appointed minister of
The vandalism of distortion
“The PN has nothing to offer this country and
Carmelo Abela fails to answer questions about PBS bankruptcy, claims of state-control
Minister Carmelo Abela has failed to respond to questions from
PBS technically bankrupt even as Labour apologists continue to hoover up millions
The latest published accounts of Malta’s national broadcaster PBS
Labour party media blackout on coverage of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s fourth anniversary
Despite a full weekend in which high-ranking EU officials,
Democracy’s not going anywhere
“I choose not to go.” Konrad Mizzi’s reply to
Labour’s grip on PBS tightens – we know where this is heading
Barely a week after the Center for Media, Data
‘Run, rabbit, run’
Just as we began to digest the conclusions of
The damn nation
The latest cartoon from the Charlie Hebdo stables to
Journalists association condemns ‘disparaging and abusive’ comments against journalist
The journalists association (IGM) has condemned the “disparaging and
€30 million for PBS to avoid bankruptcy
Taxpayers will shore up PBS, the public broadcaster, with
Broadcasting Authority ruling makes perverse situation worse
A ruling by the Broadcasting Authority (BA) this week
Direct orders to Party loyalists for cultural events total €3m in 6 months
State cultural agencies in Malta, under the political patronage
Twitter ban: ‘Political advertising isn’t about free expression’
Twitter has announced that it will no longer accept
Spotlight on threats against journalists in Malta in European report
“Burned in effigy. Insulted. Menaced. Spat at. Discredited by
On the journalist’s duty to scrutinise those in power… and their spouses
“Respect for truth and for the right of the
Disinformation Watch #29: The worst score is ‘the best score’ for democracy
Malta registered its second worst Democracy Score yet, the
2018: A year of investigations
This has been a busy year for The Shift
Political ownership of the media must end
The problem with addressing risk factors in the media
Media Pluralism Monitor report notes deterioration in Malta
The lack of political independence of the media is
Disinformation Watch #19: Unfreedom of expression
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said “I will not allow
Without media literacy, politicians could dictate veracity
Free access to information is considered to be the
State-owned media: Abandoning the path of the EU
The problem of State ownership of public broadcasters in
Media not for the many, but for the powerful
An investigation by The Shift News revealed the bias

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