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NUJ members have taken part in protest at the Trinity Mirror AGM.
Trinity Mirror must take on a new chief executive with a vision and a strategy to chart the newspaper group to a brighter future, the NUJ said following the announcement of the departure of chief executive Sly Bailey.
Johnston Press is switching five of its daily newspapers into weeklies in a major overhaul by Ashley Highfield, the newspaper group's new chief executive.
Trinity Mirror shareholders are being urged to block proposals for a new remuneration package for Sly Bailey and to recommend that her bonus be used to save journalists' jobs.
Trinity Mirror has decided to cut pension fund payments by £69 million over three years as part of a deal to refinance its £221m debt.
Trinity Mirror has announced cuts of a further £15 million as the group announced a 40 per cent fall in pre-tax profits to £74m for 2011.
The failure of Trinity Mirror to invest in its newspapers is killing off local and regional press with dire consequences, a dossier of evidence compiled by the NUJ has shown.
The rise of the new media is opening up exciting opportunities for young black and ethnic minority would-be journalists, freelance writer Hannah Pool told an award ceremony for recipients of George Viner bursaries.
The NUJ has said that public outrage directed at RBS chief executive Stephen Hester over his excessive bonus payments should now be aimed at directors of the Trinity Mirror media group.
The new Deputy General Secretary of the National Union of Journalists is Barry Fitzpatrick.