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Union reacts to news of proposed cut to BBC funding via the licence fee.
Paul Siegert, NUJ national broadcasting organiser, said: “It’s hard to see any justification for privatising Channel Four other than ideology. Channel 4 has achieved what it was asked to do and has proved a hit with viewers."
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.
The general secretary responds to the report on the ethical failures which took place as part of Martin Bashir’s interview with Princess Diana for Panorama.
The panel discusses government cabals, how PSB is going to be paid for and whether Google is God.
Join the 5PM Talk-ins, a tribute to Lyra McKee, the comedy night with Mark Thomas and friends & branch and sector events.
The Irish government’s Commission on the Future of Media will consider the NUJ's proposals for media recovery and reform in support of public interest journalism.
NUJ urges a radical rethink of funding for public interest journalism.
The submission of the National Union of Journalists (UK and Ireland) for consideration by the Future of Media Commission.
The National Audit Office said the corporation needed a strategic plan as it faces an uncertain financial future.