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BBC 6 Music saved, but other cuts approved

5 July 2010: The BBC Trust has rejected the proposal to close BBC 6 Music, but it failed to give a reprieve to BBC Asian Network – which still faces closure.

BBC unions warn of likely strike ballot

30 June 2010: The NUJ has accused the BBC of a “pensions robbery” and an “unacceptable” pay cut - and warned it could lead to strike action.

Unions fight to save BBC pensions

14 June 2010: Unions representing BBC staff are fighting to save the corporation's pension schemes.

Protest events mark last day of BBC cuts consultation

26 May 2010: Protest events in London, Cardiff, Glasgow, Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester marked the last day of consultation on the controversial BBC strategy review.

Bauer Media launches 'vicious, venomous and vindictive' rights grab

21 April 2010: The music division of publisher Bauer Media has launched a rights grab against freelance writers and photographers at Kerrang!, Mojo and Q magazines.

NUJ wins award for freelance training

26 March 2010: The NUJ's innovative work in learning and training has been recognised with a Union Learning Fund award for a project it helped pioneer to help freelance workers in the media and entertainment industries.

BBC plans multi-millions pound cuts

26 February 2010: The BBC has proposed to implement a multi-million pound cuts package at the corporation.

News consortia bidders undertake to protect Wales ITV jobs

5 February 2010: The three shortlisted bidders for a contract to supply editorial content to ITV viewers in Wales have given an undertaking to defend jobs and protect standards.

Red Bee Media staff consider response to management

27 November 2009: NUJ members at Red Bee Media will hold urgent meetings next week after the company said it would force through changes to terms and conditions.

Unions question government on regional news consortia

17 November 2009: The NUJ and BECTU have written to the UK government to demand more details about how proposed pilots of local news consortia will work.

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