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The Welsh Government has pulled back from plans to relieve public bodies of the obligation to advertise road traffic notices in newspapers.
Coverage of the Olympic Torch arriving in Wales on Friday 25 May will be hit by BECTU & NUJ members taking strike action.
Wales Assembly Members have recommended that the Welsh Government should establish a forum to monitor the media industries in Wales.
The NUJ has served notice on BBC Wales of its intention to run a strike ballot among members in Cardiff and Bangor over the sacking of a union activist.
The NUJ has called on the Welsh government to reject a proposal that would see public bodies no longer obliged to advertise traffic orders in newspapers.
Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ General Secretary, visited Wales on 13 and 14 January to meet up with union members and the Welsh Executive Committee.
A Welsh government proposal to remove the obligation on local authorities to advertise traffic orders in newspapers will severely damage Wales's fragile press industry and destroy jobs, the National Union of Journalists has warned.
Fourteen redundancies have been announced by Media Wales, following on the heels of the loss of 28 editorial jobs in July.
There is a crisis in the Welsh media, with the newspaper industry in dangerous decline and broadcasting's independence under threat, the NUJ has told an inquiry set up by the Welsh Assembly.
The BBC has announced that it expects S4C to find "similar savings" to BBC Wales.