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More than 90 journalists in Wales have been told they could face redundancy, putting democracy at risk.
NUJ Training Wales is seeking a project manager and administrator/coordinator to work on a skills development project.
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.
Grant money returned to the Welsh Government from Newsquest, after it shut its subbing hub in Newport, should be used to aid local newspapers, says the NUJ.
Welsh Assembly urged to support quality journalism as MP calls for inquiry into the future of Welsh print news
Welsh Assembly AMs marked Local News Matters Week by calling on local newspapers to be made community assets.