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Journalism helps Reach weather pandemic

As the UK’s biggest commercial employer of journalists, it is heartening to see Reach plc boss Jim Mullen acknowledge that the group emerged as a stronger business through the worst pandemic in a century due to the ‘hard work of our people’.

How to fund the desire for quality Welsh news

Michelle Stanistreet, actor Michael Sheen, minister Lee Waters, ITV Cymru Wales' Louise Elliott and Nation.Cymru editor Ifan Morgan Jones discuss a News Recovery plan for Wales.

NUJ Media Recovery Plan for Wales: Summary/Cunllun Adfer Y Cyfryngau ar Gyfer Cymru: Crynodeb

Summary of the proposals for the Welsh government from the NUJ's News Recovery Plan.

Politicians back NUJ involvement in new Irish media commission

Cross-party politicians call for union to be represented on the new body established by the Irish government.

NUJ criticises inaction on media crisis in Ireland

In a statement to mark World News Day, the union has criticised the delay in establishing a new media commission.

NUJ response to the consultation on the planning for the future white paper

The union urges the government to think again about proposals in the White Paper which will rob the newspaper industry of vital revenue and undermine local communities of their right to know about proposed new developments.

Unions launch global campaign to ensure journalism's future

UNI Global Union and the IFJ are calling on national governments to tax internet companies.

BBC proves a Covid-19 winner, but future finances look bleak

The corporation’s annual report shows the broadcaster remains popular and trusted, but costs mean more cuts on the way.

Welsh committee should have been bolder in its media plan

The NUJ’s Welsh Executive Council welcomed many of recommendations in the committee’s report into the impact of Covid-19 on local media, but tougher solutions are needed.

NUJ briefing on the impact of Covid-19 on the Scottish media

Briefing for MPs & MSPs on effect of coronavirus on the industry.

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