Showing items tagged with 'cuts'
13 November 2013: The Johnston Press is to make 24 staff photographers compulsorily redundant.
10 October 2013: Full-year figures for Newsquest’s UK parent company, Gannett UK, show that Davidson enjoyed pay of £557,175 in 2012 but also that he and his fellow four directors took "performance related" payments of £297,000.
1 October 2013: Regional newspaper group Johnston Press has opened up a group-wide voluntary redundancy programme. The announcement comes soon after previous unstructured cuts and is deeply concerning for journalists.
19 September 2013: Up to 75 posts – most of them journalists' jobs – are to go at the BBC.
17 September 2013: Jobs are to be lost at a Newsquest subbing hub in Worcester, as staff were told that the work is to move 70 miles to Newport, South Wales
10 September 2013: If you care about arts and culture, join a human chain in front of the National Gallery to protect arts funding
28 August 2013: Journalists at the Herald, Sunday Herald and Evening Times in Scotland have voted overwhelmingly to take industrial action over compulsory redundancies.
27 August 2013: The number of specialist health writers is in decline at the same time as a major reorganisation of the NHS. This campaign aims to find the true picture and support health writers and PRs meet the new challenges.
8 August 2013: The NUJ is calling on the management of the Independent to re-engage in meaningful talks over the future of its titles.
7 August 2013: Journalists at the Herald, Sunday Herald and Evening Times in Scotland, remain committed to challenging the job cuts at Newsquest and will start voting in another ballot for industrial action on Monday 12 August.