Showing items tagged with 'cuts'
24 April 2017: Newspapers and websites which publish the most free copy and pictures will win cash prizes.
6 April 2017: Cuts are proposed for the office producing the Stourbridge News, Halesowen News, Dudley News, Kidderminster Shuttle, Bromsgrove Advertiser and Redditch Advertiser and jobs could go on Worcester titles.
28 March 2017: The Telegraph is planning to outsource production to the Press Association in Howden, Yorkshire.
28 March 2017: New research reveals depth of crisis in local and regional media.
Welsh Assembly urged to support quality journalism as MP calls for inquiry into the future of Welsh print news
28 March 2017: Welsh Assembly AMs marked Local News Matters Week by calling on local newspapers to be made community assets.
25 March 2017: We must hang on to our local reporters and their offices, says NUJ rep Cath Saunt as part of local news matters week.
10 March 2017: Staff say changes at the newspaper and loss of staff are having a toll on their wellbeing.
7 March 2017: Just two months after more than halving the workforce at the south Wales centre, 14 jobs will go as Newsquest closes it down.
23 February 2017: The NUJ has criticised the Evening Standard for moving to a one-edition a day print publication, cutting sub-editors work and pay by half and putting reporters on a four-day week.
19 January 2017: Trinity Mirror has made a series of announcements concerning its regional weekly and daily titles, with 77 jobs to go and 44 new roles, including 17 video journalists and producer roles, to be created.