Showing items tagged with 'channel 4'
9 February 2017: The NUJ codes states that all stories and photographs published by members should be "honestly conveyed, accurate and fair" and members should do their utmost to correct harmful inaccuracies.
3 November 2016: After a bruising experience with Kelvin MacKenzie, the Channel 4 presenter prefered to take a nuanced approach to looking at the representation of people on colour in the media.
5 October 2016: Channel 4's Fatima Manji is the guest speaker at the NUJ's event as part of Black History Month.
13 September 2016: Updates from the NUJ delegation at TUC Congress.
18 July 2016: To suggest that a journalist is incapable of reporting on a terrorist outrage because of the colour of her skin, her religion or the clothes that she wears says all you need to know about the contemptible views of Kelvin MacKenzie.
15 April 2016: NUJ parliamentary group chair speaks to DM conference.
27 January 2016: The NUJ Parliamentary Group invites you to a debate on the threat of privatistion of Channel 4, BBC charter renewal and the future of public service broadcasting.
6 October 2010: Robert Gordon University has agreed to grant the Montrose Pictures production company access to Donald Trump's degree presentation, following pressure from the NUJ.
4 October 2010: Montrose Pictures Limited has urged Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen to ditch its ban on filming the award of an honorary degree to Donald J Trump on 8 October.
11 March 2010: NUJ members at media management company, Red Bee Media, are voting on industrial action over attacks on their established redundancy terms agreement.