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NUJ reacts to Reach's home working plans

Newspaper publisher Reach plans to close their offices and make most employees work from home.

Women and leadership in the news media 2021: evidence from 12 markets

In this Reuters Institute’s factsheet, we analyse the gender breakdown of top editors in a strategic sample of 240 major online and offline news outlets in 12 different markets across four continents.

Journalism helps Reach weather pandemic

As the UK’s biggest commercial employer of journalists, it is heartening to see Reach plc boss Jim Mullen acknowledge that the group emerged as a stronger business through the worst pandemic in a century due to the ‘hard work of our people’.

Equal pay and the gender pay gap

A yawning gender pay gap favouring men has been revealed in recent years by media companies forced to publish data under new regulations.

24 Feb 2021
NUJ condemns graffiti of journalist's name with crosshairs in Belfast

Graffiti across East Belfast this week threatens Sunday World journalist.

Iconic plea for Irish government support must be matched by respect for union rights

The NUJ's Irish secretary has called on Iconic Newspapers to match its call for Irish government support with a change in its own attitude towards trade union recognition.

NUJ alarm over cuts at Iconic Newspapers group

The NUJ has expressed alarm at the imposition of another round of cuts by Iconic Newspapers, the company controlled by UK businessman Malcolm Denmark.

National World strikes £10.2million deal for JPI Media

National World has announced its acquisition of JPI Media Publishing Limited and its subsidiaries from JPI Media Limited for £10.2 million with completion on 2 January 2021.

Turkey: Can Dündar sentenced to over 27 years in prison

The former editor-in-chief of the daily newspaper Cumhuriyet was sentenced to over 27 years in prison on 23 December.

End the killings and targeting of journalists

Not in Mexico, not in Pakistan and not in Northern Ireland, says NUJ rep Kathryn Johnston.

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