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NUJ calls for focus on funding of public service broadcasting

NUJ members and trade union colleagues will demonstrate against the ongoing funding crisis at RTÉ at lunchtime today.


NUJ submission to the House of Lords Communications and Digital committee Future of News inquiry

Union views on the role of artificial intelligence, impartiality and trust in news and necessary changes to the Media Bill are among themes discussed in our evidence.


21 Feb 2024
BBC journalists pass vote of no confidence in senior leadership team  

NUJ members working across BBC Local in tv, online and radio have expressed they no longer have confidence in BBC senior leadership.

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02 Jun 2023
#SaveBBCNI BBC Northern Ireland strike

Picket photos from the BBC Northern Ireland strike.

Belfast picket BBC NI strike

19 May 2023
NUJ welcomes support of PSBs in the draft Media Bill

The union said guaranteeing public service broadcasters prominence on streaming platforms and smart devices is good news, as is bringing the tech giants into line with the rules followed by linear TV.

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29 Mar 2023
Hong Kong: Chief Executive Council endorses new programming requirements

Mandatory patriotic programming standards for broadcasters will further restrict press freedom.

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17 Feb 2023
Hundreds attend NUJ public meeting on Save BBC Radio Foyle campaign

NUJ members and local people gathered at the Guildhall in Derry to voice opposition to BBC cuts at Radio Foyle.

Save BBC Radio Foyle public meeting panel

NUJ demands urgent rethink on jobs cuts at BBC Northern Ireland 

“The decision to end the BBC Radio Foyle Breakfast Show and to end regional news bulletins is a betray of the people of Northern Ireland”. Séamus Dooley, NUJ assistant general secretary.

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Dublin student seminar inspires budding journalists

The NUJ's event for journalists in Ireland left all motivated to pursue careers within the industry.

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Unions can help broadcasters reverse their “woeful” record on diversity

More women are leaving broadcasting than joining and the representation of disabled people and diversity in senior positions is woeful, according to the UK’s industry watchdog Ofcom.