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NUJ hails major breakthrough as Irish language journalists win pay parity

All staff employed at the Irish language service RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta will now enjoy pay parity with journalists working in the English language services.

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#IFJLondon: We need to resist the dominance of the US and Chinese markets, says BBC director general

Tim Davie told the IFJ conference that individual countries need to fight to be able to tell their own stories and news.

Tim Davie, BBC director general' gives his speech to the IFJ conference.

Digital News Report reveals declining news interest

Research by the Reuters Institute for Journalism reveals UK audience interest in news has dropped by almost half since 2015, although trust in public service broadcasters in the UK and Ireland remains.

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RTÉ should not be held to ransom in order to secure funding, says NUJ

The union has urged the Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sports, and Media to expedite publication of the expert reports on RTÉ and to end the uncertainty over the funding of public service broadcasting in Ireland.

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NUJ response to the BBC director general’s speech

The union welcomed Tim Davie’s commitment to journalism, but is concerned about the rapid move of operations to BBC Studios and the decline of the public service BBC operation.

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RTÉ government funding a welcome reprieve  

The National Union of Journalists has welcomed an announcement that the government will provide interim funding for RTÉ.   

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Leaking of RTÉ strategy “further blow to trust of staff”

Publication of RTÉ’s strategy document by way of media leaks is a further blow to the trust of staff in an organisation where morale is at an all-time low.

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Ballot opens on BBC Local offer 

NUJ members working across BBC Local are urged to vote before 13 November on a new proposal put forward in the ongoing dispute.

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“Your local news may be affected by industrial action…”

BBC local radio listeners had a taste of the future , as strikes across the network in England resulted in the reduced service they can expect under the corporation’s upcoming plans.

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RTÉ announces independent review of voluntary exit schemes (2017, 2021)

The National Union of Journalists has welcomed news of an independent review of RTÉ's voluntary exit schemes.

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