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NUJ fears speech radio’s move to BBC’s commercial wing is “creeping privatisation”

The BBC is moving selected factual, entertainment and drama audio content to BBC Studios, the broadcaster’s commercial arm from April 2024.

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NUJ response to the BBC’s decision to move parts of its in-house speech audio production to BBC Studios

The union has concerns about creeping privatisation and a lack of protection for the corporation's public purposes in radio production.

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TUC LGBT+ conference, 2022

Delegates backed an NUJ motion in support of the BBC and Channel 4, and the conference’s main theme was trans rights.

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Pride 2022

The NUJ has been supporting this year's Pride events and is attending the TUC LGBT+ conference this week


29 Jun 2022
FEU letter to the DCMS Secretary of State regarding Channel 4 privatisation.

Joint letter from the Federation of Entertainment unions to Nadine Dorries, urging her to reconsider the sale of Channel 4.

13 Jun 2022
Wales TUC Congress 2022

NUJ motions on the privatisation of Channel 4 and public interest journalism in Wales were passed.

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27 May 2022
TUC Black Workers’ Conference 2022

The NUJ’s motions on asylum seekers and privatisation of Channel 4 were passed by delegates.

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09 May 2022
NUJ response to broadcasting White paper

Union welcomes measures to provide a more level playing field between traditional broadcasters and streaming companies, but condemns privatisation of Channel 4.

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NUJ will fight to oppose privatisation of Channel 4

Séamus Dooley, says the proposed sell off of Channel 4 would be bad for employment in the sector, bad for journalism and bad for the UK.

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NUJ response to the UK government’s White Paper on broadcasting and privatisation of Channel 4

The NUJ believes the government's proposal to privatise Channel 4 makes no sense and will result in a poorer offering for viewers in terms of news coverage, innovative programming, nurturing UK talent and will damage the thriving indie production sector.

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