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28 September 2015: More photographer jobs to go on the Southern Daily Echo as part of newspaper group's policy to “move away from images provided by staff photographers”.
17 September 2015: Union condemns latest cuts announcement to impact on Southampton and Basingstoke sites as well as the Reading Chronicle, Slough Observer and Bracknell News.
15 September 2015: A sustainable future for media groups relies on a commitment to quality journalism not a crude number of website clicks.
9 September 2015: Concerns raised about the future of quality journalism at Trinity Mirror following the announcement of cuts and redundancies and the introduction of individual website 'click' targets for journalists in Wales.
19 August 2015: Head of radio Helen Boaden attacks NUJ strikers as messages of support flood in.
12 August 2015: Staff to follow up a silent protest with a 24-hour strike over the corporation's decision to axe one of its two Birmingham-based editor roles and move the Bobby Friction show to London.
9 July 2015: The Trade Union Co-ordinating Group responds to the attack on services and living standards.
2 July 2015: Tony Hall, BBC director general, said the jobs, mainly management and support, will go following a £150m short-fall in licence fee revenue.
1 July 2015: Facts and figures about the BBC for the Love it or Lose it campaign
1 July 2015: The BBC's funding and future as a public service broadcaster's is being decided by the government.The NUJ is campaigning for an independent, well-managed and properly-funded corporation.