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Two days of strike action have been called off at Associated Press and Associated Press Television News as the press agency's management agreed to talk to the unions about changes to its pension deal.
Staff at Associated Press and Associated Press Television News have announced two days of strikes.
The NUJ and BECTU are balloting their members at Associated Press following the press agency's decision to close its final salary pension scheme.
Photographers taking pictures outside the Olympic site have been forcibly stopped from filming by security staff.
A hearing on the judicial review against the decision by Chelmsford Crown Court to grant the Dale Farm footage production order has taken place at the Royal Courts of Justice in London.
The NUJ has called on Richard Desmond to think again about job cuts and £5 million savings plan at four newspapers.
A London debate on ageism has heard that today's population is living longer and working longer, yet the cult of youth is as strong as ever largely fuelled by the media industry.
Journalists at the Financial Times have agreed an improved pay offer from management and have called off action planned for this week.
The NUJ is offering support and solidarity with cleaners working at Thomson Reuters, who are taking action over poor pay and bullying by management.
Journalists at the Financial Times (FT) have voted to escalate their action over pay following a breakdown in talks with management.