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The National Union of Journalists has welcomed an announcement that the government will provide interim funding for RTÉ.
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.
Statement by Séamus Dooley, NUJ Irish Secretary, on RTÉ proposals to publish Register of Interests and Register of External Activities
Public Interest not public curiosity must inform policy on RTÉ register.
The National Union of Journalists has welcomed news of an independent review of RTÉ's voluntary exit schemes.
NUJ welcomes promise of new beginning at RTÉ.
Dooley states NUJ members and their colleagues in RTÉ are “shellshocked” at the breakdown of expenditure released by the RTÉ Executive Board to Oireachtas Committees this morning.
Catherine Martin, Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media announced the review today.
At a meeting of the NUJ Dublin Broadcasting branch, Dooley reaffirmed the union’s defence of public service broadcasting and urged government to protect employment and services in RTÉ.
Séamus Dooley, NUJ Irish Secretary, stated the redacted report is a "damning indictment of the culture which operated in Current Affairs."
The NUJ notes the statement by Dee Forbes announcing her resignation.