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The union has strongly condemned the violent targeting of a press photographer.
The NUJ has expressed grave disappointment at the decision of a court in Northern Ireland to compel photographers to hand over footage of the riots in Belfast on 12 July 2012.
The NUJ has given a guarded welcome to a UDA statement saying that the association does not condone or take responsibility for death threats to a Belfast journalist.
The National Union of Journalists has condemned a Loyalist death threat issued against a Belfast based journalist.
The Northern Ireland First Minister has accused journalists of "talking the Northern Ireland economy down" and of serving what he termed "a daily diet of negativity".
The (NUJ) has offered to meet representatives of Support After Murder and Manslaughter Northern Ireland to discuss their concerns about media coverage.
Judge Tom Burgess, the Belfast Recorder, decided not to order the BBC to hand over video shot at a Real IRA parade in Derry in April 2011 to the PSNI.
The Crown Court in Derry has ordered the BBC, UTV and ITN to hand over all unbroadcast television footage relating to disturbances during the Apprentice Boys parade in Derry, last August.
The chief constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has begun a legal application to have the BBC and UTV hand over video recordings of rioting in Derry.
The failure to sufficiently resource newsrooms is a damning indictment of media organisations in Ireland and poses a direct threat to modern journalism, a Belfast conference was warned.