Wales is still a blind spot for the UK media and in the context of a pandemic this has serious consequences, argues Helen Mary Jones.
Public Service Media has adapted well and shown its value during this crisis but the biggest challenges are up ahead, writes Owen Evans.
Ambiguous and contradictory statements mean that the media’s scrutiny is more important than ever, writes Professor Stephen Cushion.
People are relying on the media more than ever. Stephen Cushion asks if the old ways are dying?
Coverage of Wales in this General Election has once again been non-existent. A democracy cannot thrive in these circumstances, writes Delyth Jewell AM
Wales’ first citizens assembly is a fascinating step towards a more participatory politics, says Merlin Gable.
Jess Blair reviews the Welsh Government’s new commitments around transparency, accountability and participation
Harnessing the collective might of social media platforms should be top of the agenda to help Wales engage its citizens and boost turnout, says Morgan Lloyd
Ahead of this week’s IWA Cardiff Media Summit, BBC Wales Director Rhodri Talfan Davies describes how BBC News is adapting its online service for Wales to better reflect the realities of devolution