Showing items tagged with 'freelance'
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.
25 October 2012: The union has contacted all NUJ members via email to ask people to report abuse to the NUJ general secretary and be part of the union's campaign for safer working environments.