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Contracts handed out to cover Grande's concerts - she is headlining this weekend's Manchester Pride - are a copyright grab and will compromise the earnings of photographers and videographers, says the NUJ.
NUJ members are encouraged to show their support for young global climate change demonstrators on Friday 20 September at lunchtime gatherings, assemblies before or after work and special meetings.
An open letter from the The Federation of Entertainment Unions, representing 141,000 workers in the arts and media industry, warns that threats to arts journalism is having an impact on the UK’s creative industries.
Environment Secretary, Theresa Villiers, has been asked to drop a secrecy provision from draft legislation to improve environmental protection after Brexit.
Changes to the way Companies House collects data on directors is severely hampering the ability of investigative and business journalists to hold businesses to account and expose frauds and crooks.
Journalists are not there to do the bidding of the authorities, or to provide shortcuts in police investigations - the NUJ defends the publication of messages sent by the former British ambassador to the US, Sir Kim Darroch.
Men vastly outnumber women in news photography and photojournalism. The union held an event to investiagte the barriers women face and what to do about it.
Delegates held a minute’s silence in memory of NUJ member Lyra McKee, the journalist and gay activist, who was killed during disturbances in Derry in April.
Photographers delighted to get full access to the parade after being turned down by the organisers.