Disappearing freelance work
15 January 2009
In the spring of 2008, the Freelance Industrial Council (FIC) noted that work was disappearing, very quickly, particularly from the regional newspaper industry, in both the UK and the Republic of Ireland, but the London-based national broadsheets had also started making noticeable cutbacks.
As what happens to freelance work frequently hits staff shortly afterwards, FIC started to collate reports of disappearing work more formally. The implosion of the regional newspaper industry, which gathered momentum later in 2008, with hundreds of threatened redundancies, confirmed freelances’ earlier fears.
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