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Save RTÉ campaign launched

18 November 2019: The new campaign is supported by other unions and intends to drive home the message that RTÉ belongs to the people of Ireland and must be saved

Public service broadcasting: as vital as ever – NUJ reaction

5 November 2019: Union welcomes Lord's report calling for urgent action to safeguard the future of public service broadcasting

NUJ challenges 'monumental' BBC pay gap

27 October 2019: NUJ member Samira Ahmed will appear at an employment tribunal to challenge unequal pay at the BBC

DM motions and elections - NUJ LIBNM branch meeting

15 October 2019: The NUJ Delegate Meeting is happening next year, time to put our motions in

BBC wrong to criticise Naga Munchetty for "breaching" its rules

26 September 2019: The BBC has got it very wrong – BBC journalists should not be prohibited from commenting on evidently racist language, especially at a time when racist rhetoric is having a real impact on people’s lives.

Summer social, 2019: LIBNM branch

5 August 2019: Join us for a few drinks and good company.

Bruton’s policies will undermine public service broadcasting & lead to job cuts

2 August 2019: Union warns Irish minister is undermining public service broadcasting

Prime Minister runs chicken from Welsh media

31 July 2019: 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:

NUJ members angered by BBC deal on access to Iran

22 July 2019: The decision by the BBC to agree to prevent the Persian Service from using material gathered in Iran has deeply affected the morale and well-being of NUJ members

Radio regulator told to review its “localness” rules as stations close and jobs are lost

3 July 2019: Local radio will become increasing London-centric by new rules which have resulted in 100 job losses and station closures.

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