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The NUJ’s Welsh Executive Council welcomed many of recommendations in the committee’s report into the impact of Covid-19 on local media, but tougher solutions are needed.
Reach newspaper group, which has announced 580 company-wide redundancies, has been told its plans are “not in the interests of Wales and Welsh democracy” by a Welsh parliament committee.
More than 90 journalists in Wales have been told they could face redundancy, putting democracy at risk.
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The NUJ’s Welsh Executive Committee has put out a statement saying Boris Johnson, who posed with chickens near Newport on a visit to Wales, should have taken questions and allowed filming by the Welsh-based media:
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NUJ welcomes a report which has called on public funding for news provision,because the commercial model is failing.
The Welsh-speaking broadcaster should be funded and managed from Wales, DM agreed.
NUJ calls for a campaign for a properly funded S4C as UK government cuts £7m from the Welsh-language broadcaster
Motion to go the NUJ's Delegate Meeting calling for "a vibrant and properly resourced S4C".
The union welcomed the two-year grant of £200,000, but said there should be safeguards on quality and independence and the scheme must provide an opportunity for journalists who have recently been made redundant.