Showing items tagged with 'local newspapers'
24 December 2008: Six Merseyside MPs have tabled a parliamentary motion calling on Trinity Mirror to stop the haemorrhaging of jobs from its offices in Liverpool.
23 December 2008: Johnston Press have announced today that they plan to slash eight more editorial jobs across their southern division.
18 December 2008: Members of the local community in Exmouth have rallied behind their local paper after Archant announced plans to close its offices in Exmouth and Sidmouth.
16 December 2008: Journalists in County Durham have voted 92 per cent in favour of industrial action against job cuts and a pay freeze – with 80 per cent backing strike action.
10 December 2008: The NUJ has accused Newsquest of betraying its journalists in Lancashire after the company announced a raft of title closures and a major restructuring.
4 December 2008: Managers at Newsquest York have been notified today that journalists on their titles are balloting for industrial action over a pay freeze and job cuts.
3 December 2008: Journalist Sally Murrer said she was "overwhelmed by the solidarity and support" she had from fellow journalists and the NUJ through her 19-month legal ordeal.
1 December 2008: Media owners were guilty of grand larceny and reckless cost-cutting, the NUJ said today as figures revealed hundreds of jobs were being cut at profitable newspaper groups.
21 November 2008: The BBC Trust’s refusal to create a network of 65 local online video news services was a missed opportunity to enhance local media, the NUJ said.
14 November 2008: NUJ members working at Media Wales have voted to hold a strike ballot if any members are threatened with compulsory redundancy.