Showing items tagged with 'freelance'
11 February 2013: Greater Manchester Police have applied for a production order with a hearing on Monday 18 February compelling NUJ member and video journalist Jason N. Parkinson to hand over footage to the police.
7 February 2013: The European Federation of Journalists has welcomed the call by Antonio Vitorino, the European Commission’s mediator on copyright contract law reform, for a fair share of licence revenues for journalists and other creators.
7 February 2013: Biographer Claire Tomalin, and Penguin's commissioning editor of biographies, Tom Penn, are guest speakers at the London Freelance Branch.
6 February 2013: What next for press regulation and ethics after the Leveson Inquiry?
4 February 2013: David Oates. who has died aged 50 after a short illness, had worked primarily as a BBC sports journalist covering football and rugby league for 25 years before becoming a freelance radio journalist two years ago.
28 January 2013: Last month more than 15,000 visual artists enjoyed a share of £4 million in Payback royalties through the Design and Artists Copyright Society.
26 December 2012: Tributes have been paid to NUJ member of honour Arthur Quinlan, who died in Co Limerick on Saturday 22 December 2012.
7 December 2012: Training for freelance journalists who want to try to get more work and improve the deals they make.
24 November 2012: The largest growth area in journalism is the freelance sector in a media landscape at present in flux.
7 November 2012: The announcement that the BBC is to review freelance contracts, ultimately moving many workers to staff status has been largely welcomed by the NUJ.