Showing items tagged with 'media wales'
15 September 2015: A sustainable future for media groups relies on a commitment to quality journalism not a crude number of website clicks.
9 September 2015: Concerns raised about the future of quality journalism at Trinity Mirror following the announcement of cuts and redundancies and the introduction of individual website 'click' targets for journalists in Wales.
12 April 2014: Conference vows to combat newspaper closures, user-generated copy and the “disastrous” subbing-hubs.
6 July 2012: Wales has a long, strong and proud newspaper industry, but its future is in crisis, Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, warned an inquiry into the Welsh newspaper industry.
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.
1 March 2012: The NUJ has called on the Welsh government to reject a proposal that would see public bodies no longer obliged to advertise traffic orders in newspapers.
24 November 2011: Fourteen redundancies have been announced by Media Wales, following on the heels of the loss of 28 editorial jobs in July.
17 November 2011: There is a crisis in the Welsh media, with the newspaper industry in dangerous decline and broadcasting's independence under threat, the NUJ has told an inquiry set up by the Welsh Assembly.
26 July 2011: The Welsh Assembly is to launch an investigation later this year in response to widespread job cuts in newspapers and broadcasting.
16 July 2011: Media Wales management has announced plans to cut 22 jobs.