Showing items tagged with 'merger'
17 November 2019: Speaking at the NUJ delegate conference in Dublin Séamus Dooley defends journalists and journalism
27 March 2019: The corporation is throwing Radio 4's The World Tonight "under a bus" with its plans to merge it with the World Service's Newshour.
21 June 2018: NUJ reacts to the deal combining Trinity Mirror and Northern & Shell Media Group.
21 September 2016: Union movement expresses concern at the INM proposed takeover and urge the minister to veto the plan.
14 July 2016: Tony Hall, BBC director general, told staff that the News Channel will not be closed or merged, but both channels will have to find significant savings.
7 June 2016: An early day motion has called on the BBC's management to re-think proposals to close down the BBC News Channel or merge it with the commercially-operated BBC World News TV Channel.
8 December 2014: The union's Irish Secretary says the words "horse", "door" and "bolted" spring to mind as the government publishes guidelines on media mergers.
Cuts are not the way forward, says NUJ, as jobs go at Scotsman and further "efficiency savings" planned
30 October 2014: Merger of Scottish titles puts 45 jobs at risk and despite encouraging figures and digital growth, Johnston Press promises further "efficiency savings"
28 August 2014: NUJ chapel pays tribute to departing editor Claire Grady, as Independent Newspapers (Ireland) presses ahead with merger of the Evening Herald and Sunday World.
27 August 2014: Dublin (National Newspapers) branch passes motion calling merger plans "an attack on the editorial integrity" of the two papers.