Showing items tagged with 'merger'
27 August 2014: Dublin (National Newspapers) branch passes motion calling merger plans "an attack on the editorial integrity" of the two papers.
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.
14 May 2013: The NUJ, Co-operatives UK and Carnegie UK Trust have organised a series of events aimed to foster and promote alternative media models.
19 September 2011: Responsibility for all media mergers in Ireland is to be transferred from the Minister for Jobs, Innovation and Enterprise to the Minister for Communications.
16 June 2009: The Office of Fair Trading has rejected demands by big regional press companies that it liberalise ownership rules.
20 April 2009: NUJ members at the Glasgow-based Daily Record and Sunday Mail will hold a three-day strike next weekend as part of their campaign against compulsory job cuts.
16 April 2009: The NUJ is calling on the government to think again before rushing through a communications bill allowing for media mergers.
8 April 2009: NUJ members at the Daily Record and Sunday Mail called an emergency meeting today after 24 colleagues were told they had been chosen for redundancy.
3 April 2009: Protesting journalists are descending on the seaside town of Cromer tomorrow as part of a campaign to save Norfolk’s local papers.
2 April 2009: The UK regional press will go into a "spiral of decline" if the government scraps the rules restricting mergers among the big groups, the NUJ warns.