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17 April 2015: The NUJ has branded the plans by BBC World News, the global news channel, as a perilous step along the path to commercialisation at our public service broadcaster.
13 April 2015: BBC placement scheme offering six months paid work within the BBC for disabled media workers.
4 March 2015: This event has been cancelled as the Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties were unable to put up speakers.
26 February 2015: DCMS select committee says licence fee the best alternative at present, the BBC Trust should be scrapped and a new quango should scrutinise the corporation.
4 February 2015: Independence finally secured in a new bullying and harassment policy
2 December 2014: The NUJ is supporting an initiative to promote communication rights and media reform in the run up to the general election.
10 November 2014: The Campaign for Press & Broadcasting Freedom and Media Reform Coalition are launching an initiative to promote communication rights and media reform in the run-up to the general election.
15 October 2014: Nicholas Jones, who reported on the miners' strike for the BBC, explains key events and why broadcasters and journalists were accused of becoming cheerleaders for Margaret Thatcher.
6 October 2014: BBC team filming protests on the Turkish-Syrian border were attacked as they were leaving. Turkish police fired two tear gas canisters towards them from close range.
18 September 2014: The NUJ, IFJ and EFJ have joined calls for a thorough and immediate investigation to be carried out into an attack on a BBC news team in the southern Russian city of Astrakhan.