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UK government proposes 'top-slicing' BBC license fee

16 June 2009: A government report published today has suggested using part of the licence fee to fund news provision beyond the BBC.

NUJ publishes plan to reinvigorate local journalism

9 June 2009: The NUJ has today published an eight-point plan to reinvigorate local journalism and has written to Ben Bradshaw, the UK's new culture minister, to urge him to back the plan.

BBC and unions reach agreement on pay

29 May 2009: The NUJ and sister broadcasting unions at the BBC have released a joint statement with the BBC on the 2009 pay negotiations.

BBC urged to reconsider news and current affairs cuts

7 May 2009: The BBC has announced plans to axe up to 90 further jobs in BBC News during talks with the representatives of the NUJ and BECTU.

Channel M cuts 'latest blow to Manchester media'

29 April 2009: Guardian Media Group announced yesterday that it wants to axe 41 out of 74 jobs at Channel M, the company's local TV station.

Report shows levies could fund public service broadcasting

27 April 2009: A new research report has shown that the crisis facing public service broadcasting could be solved if the government were willing to take bold action.

Listen to MPs not media bosses, UK government urged

16 April 2009: The NUJ is calling on the government to think again before rushing through a communications bill allowing for media mergers.

NUJ defends whistleblower nurse

16 April 2009: A nurse struck off the register for her undercover filming of the mistreatment of the elderly at a Brighton hospital should be applauded, not sacked, the NUJ said.

Agreement reached with BBC over South Asia service jobs

2 April 2009: The NUJ and BECTU have reached an agreement with the BBC in respect of the dispute over jobs at the South Asia service.

Trade unionists in south west back fight to save media jobs

31 March 2009: Trade unionists in the south west of England have joined the fight to save journalists’ jobs in the region.

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