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NUJ announces strike dates at Bullivant Media

The first day of action takes place on Tuesday 25 August and the union offers practical suggestions on ways to support the strike

Tags: , bullivant media, strike, solidarity, local journalism, compulsory redundancies, redundancies, dispute

NUJ condemns Hong Kong media arrest

The NUJ joins the International Federation of Journalists to call on the Hong Kong government to stop all attacks on the media and drop the charges against Jimmy Lai.

Tags: , hong kong, china, media freedom, ifj

Welsh democracy put under threat by Reach job cuts, says culture and media committee

Reach newspaper group, which has announced 580 company-wide redundancies, has been told its plans are “not in the interests of Wales and Welsh democracy” by a Welsh parliament committee.

Tags: , wales, Culture Welsh Language and Communications Committee, parliament wales, senedd, reach, cuts, redundancies, democracy, helen mary jones, jim mullen, Alan Edmunds, Paul Rowland, welsh exective council

PR workers face stress, long hours and abuse during pandemic

Survey shows that more than three quarters of PR workers have been working longer than usual hours during the pandemic, with almost four out of five feeling more stressed than usual.

Tags: , pr, pr and communications, pr and communications branch, covid-19, stress, survey

Former media and culture committee chair and South east MPs ask broadcasting watchdog to check BBC cuts

Damian Collins, former chair of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, has sent a letter signed by other MPs, to the broadcasting watchdog over concerns about cuts to regional BBC programming in England.

Tags: , bbc, damian collins, ofcom, melanie dawes, cuts, english regions, inside out, current affairs, Digital Culture Media and Sport Committee