Showing items tagged with 'funding'
26 February 2015: DCMS select committee says licence fee the best alternative at present, the BBC Trust should be scrapped and a new quango should scrutinise the corporation.
5 July 2012: The Welsh Government has pulled back from plans to relieve public bodies of the obligation to advertise road traffic notices in newspapers.
22 June 2011: The government has announced additional funding for the BBC World Service.
30 March 2011: Journalists joined other campaigners from Wales on Wednesday in a lobby of the Westminster parliament to defend the Welsh language broadcaster S4C.
30 March 2011: Mae arweinydd y pedair prif blaid yng Nghymru wedi galw ar y Llywodraeth i atal eu cynlluniau ar gyfer S4C er mwyn cynnal arolwg llawn o'r sianel.
15 February 2011: Workers at Dublin's troubled Sunday Tribune have called on the board of Independent News and Media to enter into negotiations with the NUJ on possible severance terms.
1 February 2011: Journalists at Ireland's Sunday Tribune have been told by management that the title may not publish next Sunday, and a receiver has been appointed.
1 February 2011: The government's strategy of promoting democratic values and international human rights while inflicting deadly cuts on the BBC World Service would baffle observers across the globe, the NUJ said.
20 October 2010: The NUJ is shocked and angered by the six-year freeze slapped on the BBC licence fee and an increase in the corporation’s expenses.
7 April 2010: The House of Commons public accounts committee has expressed concerns about the need for the BBC to deliver value for money.