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The union asks why after making cuts in local radio, the corporation is spending on four new music stations which emulate those already in the commercial sector
The BBC is moving selected factual, entertainment and drama audio content to BBC Studios, the broadcaster’s commercial arm from April 2024.
MPs' report recommends guarantees of free-to-air rugby and safeguarding of the Welsh language across television and radio. The WEC's statement in response.
BBC journalists are out on strike again – from 11am on Thursday 20 July to 11am Friday 21 July – go along on visit them.
BBC journalists in England will be taking strike action from 11am on July 20 to 11am on July 21, which will hit coverage of the results of a number of Parliamentary by-elections.
Following a grilling of BBC director general Tim Davie at the Culture Media and Sport Select Committee, in which he revealed no formal consultation had taken place over cuts to BBC local radio, the NUJ is calling for the corporation to “pause and engage” over the unpopular cuts.
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.
NUJ members working for BBC Local have overwhelmingly voted in favour of strike action over the corporation’s plans to cut local radio and have called a 24-hour strike starting at 11am on March 15, until the same time the following day, which will hit coverage of the Spring budget.
The NUJ's event for journalists in Ireland left all motivated to pursue careers within the industry.
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.