Showing items tagged with 'copyright'
3 May 2019: The Photographers’ Council of the National Union of Journalists has given its backing to the union's Oxford branch, which has called on NUJ members, friends and supporters not to provide free images to local Newquest publications
4 April 2019: What you can do if you find your photography or visual art copied and stolen? John will guide you through the crucial steps you can take to identify lost earnings and get paid.
26 March 2019: The NUJ welcomed the adoption by the European Parliament of the Copyright Directive in the Digital Single Market.
14 February 2019: While the EU directive does include some protections for journalists, it could deny journalists any revenue arising from the re-use of their work online and other rights.
13 September 2018: The decision ensures that journalists can make a living from their work and remain independent in their reporting
31 August 2018: An important vote on copyright is taking place on Wednesday 12 September. Make sure your MEP votes the right way.
19 February 2018: A photograph of Ukip leader Henry Bolton on the tube with his then-girlfriend Jo Marney was snapped up by the press and led to his demise.
14 February 2018: When the teenage photographer's photo of a pranged super-car was syndicated by his local paper to the national press, he had to claim his copyright.
12 February 2018: #useitpayforit: newspaper groups are sacking photographers and asking camera clubs for free images. The NUJ says if its good enough to publish it is good enough to be paid for.
16 January 2018: #Useitpayforit is the hashtag for an NUJ campaign to encourage amateurs to understand the value of the photographs and videos they provide to news organisations.