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The largest growth area in journalism is the freelance sector in a media landscape at present in flux.
Journalists at Johnston Press are demanding urgent talks with Johnston Press since the company announced that it is to make cuts of £30million, a £5m increase on its previous estimate.
James Murdoch was at the helm of News International while the company was embroiled in the hacking scandal.
The union has contacted all NUJ members via email to ask people to report abuse to the NUJ general secretary and be part of the union's campaign for safer working environments.
The NUJ has called on Darryn Lyons to pay out what is owed to staff and to freelance photographers who licensed their work through Big Pictures.
Victories for the union as the crisis in the regional press deepened.
Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, has condemned sexism and harassment at work and urged the government and media employers to acknowledge and address the problems that exist in the media industry.
NUJ delegates at the union's conference have voted to increase subscription rates and move to a biennial delegate meeting.
Illegal and exploitative practices in the press have flourished because of union derecognition in the 1980s.
John Barsby, BBC veteran, and Roy Jones, Morning Star industrial correspondent, have been made NUJ members of honour and received standing ovations for their contribution to the union.