- Active filters:
In this issue we look at the difficulties of ensuring copyright is protected both from the perspectives of creators and editors.
The main focus for this issue is safety. As the coronavirus, which has dominated life for the past year, is hopefully retreating, we turn our attention to the risk which increasingly face journalists.
As we begin to see a way out of lockdown restrictions and as Spring approaches there is more optimism in the air.
It's not long now until we welcome the new year and we will all be hoping that it brings much better fortune than this year.
The coronavirus pandemic is changing the way we live and work radically.
It was clear from the start of the coronavirus crisis that journalism would take a bad hit.
Advertising rates and deadlines for submission for The Journalist.
This edition is dominated by the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the media, how journalists are working through it, and what the union is trying to do to strengthen the industry.
The world of work is unrecognisable from just a short time ago.
The media is changing so fast that few jobs stay the same and unfortunately journalists cannot always rely on the work they know best continuing throughout their careers.