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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.
Ministers in Wales have been called on to make public interest news a public service and for a Welsh Media Institute to promote a well-funded, plural and diverse media.
Protection of sources, Freedom of Information and media plurality all featured in the media freedom debate.
Initiatives promoting public interest journalism and broadcasting were discussed and Siobhan Holliman moved a motion on the Future of Media Commission.
NUJ submission to the Expert Panel on a Shadow Broadcasting and Communications Authority for Wales, October 2022
Following consultation, the Welsh Executive Council found no support for going further than current policy on devolution of the media.
The effects of Covid and cost-of-living crisis on the news industry in Wales
The union's Welsh Executive Council calls for a urgent review into Newsquest's funding for the Welsh-language news service which is now closed.
The decision of the Book Council of Wales to give £100,000 of public money to fund Newsquest’s Welsh language news service, Corgi, is now under question.
Following talks between the government and trade unions, grants of up to £1,000 will be available.
Funding for RTÉ. Support for fair funding for S4C