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30 April 2015: We'll be discussing the different party commitments on media reform and how to increase the pressure on politicians...
7 April 2015: 71 per cent of the public believed there should be controls on media ownership.
4 April 2015: After year-on-year cuts to jobs and the closure of newspaper titles, this camapign intends to reclaim a vital, vigorous press at the heart of its community.
16 March 2015: NUJ Black members AGM
Speakers: Samantha Asumadu of Media Diversified and NUJ organiser Dominic Bascombe (formerly Father of the Chapel at the Voice Newspaper.
Refreshments and registration from 6pm.
The meeting will also be an opportunity to debate issues and elect members to the NUJ Black members council. More information and documents will be sent to members when they have booked to attend.
To book a place, please email Lena Calvert, NUJ equality officer at email@example.com, please indicate any dietary or access requirements.
4 March 2015: This event has been cancelled as the Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties were unable to put up speakers.
10 November 2014: The Campaign for Press & Broadcasting Freedom and Media Reform Coalition are launching an initiative to promote communication rights and media reform in the run-up to the general election.
23 October 2014: The decision by UTV to enter an agreement with Communicorp whereby UTV will provide news to the UTV group of radio stations has profound implications for employment, employment standards and media diversity in Ireland.
26 September 2014: The NUJ has called for the establishment of a government commission on the future of the media in Ireland.
8 September 2014: A public meeting during the Labour Party conference, Manchester, discussing media ownership and its role and effect on democracy.
14 August 2014: NUJ chapels at the Herald and Sunday World newspapers have sought urgent meetings with management following the announcement that staff at the papers are to be merged.