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Apply now for a bursary for black and minority ethnic student journalists.
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.
The deadline for applications for bursaries for black and minority ethnic journalism students has been extended to 5pm on Monday 16 August.
It was a George Viner bursary which put Nabil Mehdinejad on the road to making award-winning journalist videos. The deadline for this year's applications is 5pm on Monday 16 August.
The NUJ believes the reported aim of the government to privatise Channel 4 makes no sense and will result in a poorer offering for viewers in terms of news coverage, innovative programming and nurturing UK talent.
NUJ Extra, the union’s welfare charity, and the George Viner Memorial Fund (GVMF), which provides bursaries to journalism students from Black and ethnic minority backgrounds, each received £7,000.
Lessons we can learn from the Meghan Markle race debate.
The National Union of Journalists in the UK and Ireland has joined unions representing tens of thousands of media workers in Australia, Canada and the US in presenting a plan to save journalism from the greedy and anti-democratic tech platforms, which are sucking the lifeblood from the industry.
The open access debate has revealed the complicated and contradictory nature of the academic publishing landscape in which trade unions have a role to play.
The corporation’s annual report shows the broadcaster remains popular and trusted, but costs mean more cuts on the way.