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Challenges and safety of journalists in the Israel-Gaza war; latest on the BBC local radio dispute; sale of the Telegraph and who owns the UK's media; and behind the cameras at GB News.
In this edition: NUJ to fight the AI media threat; The scandal at RTÉ; BBC Local on strike for the third time; Scheme helps Namibian journalists report on climate change.
Delegate Meeting special. All the debates and decisions from DM 2023. Members of Honour. Find out about the NUJ's new top team. Latest on the BBC local radio strikes.
BBC strikes over local radio. NUJ wins £2.5m for members. Will ChatGTP take our jobs? Anniversary of Cairncross Review.
Pay deal round up, journalist arrests, cuts to local radio and what the downturn for big tech will mean for news.
Why Reach journalists are balloting for action & the latest trends in the magazine sector.
Chris Mullin's court victory in protecting his sources, reporting the war in Ukraine and latest on the pay deals
Why we are supporting Chris Mullin's right to protect his source and media commentator Ian Burrell finds the outlook for journalism is surprisingly good.
Michelle Stanistreet gives an update on the National Committee for the Safety of Journalists, how journalists were covering COP26 and a profile of Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries.
Ian Burrell examines the government’s privatisation threat to Channel 4 and after making year-on-year cuts local newspapers are recruiting staff, Tim Dawson finds out what’s going on.