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The union's Black Members' Council said it was a welcome reversal of an inhumane policy.
The BBC is moving selected factual, entertainment and drama audio content to BBC Studios, the broadcaster’s commercial arm from April 2024.
MPs' report recommends guarantees of free-to-air rugby and safeguarding of the Welsh language across television and radio. The WEC's statement in response.
The Culture, Media and Sport Committee report advises the government against allowing text and data mining to contravene copyright laws.
Ministers in Wales have been called on to make public interest news a public service and for a Welsh Media Institute to promote a well-funded, plural and diverse media.
Their concerns were echoed by MPs from all parties, the length and breadth of England, in a House of Commons backbench debate.
“We stand with you, we support local radio.” This was the message that MP after MP stood up and delivered to NUJ BBC members at a lobby of Parliament on Wednesday 7 June.
Initiatives promoting public interest journalism and broadcasting were discussed and Siobhan Holliman moved a motion on the Future of Media Commission.
Complaints from titles excluded from a trip to Rwanda with the Home Secretary were followed up with the minister.
NUJ members working for the BBC say its chairman, Richard Sharp, must immediately resign for failing to disclose his role as a go-between for a loan to the then Prime Minister at a time when Sharp was applying for the corporation’s top job.