Showing items tagged with 'news international'
12 September 2017: The NUJ has no confidence in Murdoch’s ability to maintain or promote broadcasting standards. The CMA should investigate further.
10 January 2017: Union says the notion that successfully defended cases, brought following journalist investigations and reporting, could still lead to a newspaper having to pay costs for the losing side is not tenable.
23 December 2015: Public meeting, all welcome.
19 February 2014: NUJ comment on latest from phone-hacking trial
22 January 2014: The Wapping exhibition launches online this week.
16 May 2013: Author Alan Pearce writes about the dangers of online surveillance for journalists.
3 December 2012: The Leveson Inquiry was set up by David Cameron to examine the culture, practices and ethics of the press. Lord Justice Leveson was asked to examine the relationship of the press with the public, police and politicians. The National Union of Journalist had core participant status at the inquiry.
29 October 2012: James Murdoch was at the helm of News International while the company was embroiled in the hacking scandal.
17 October 2012: Michelle Stanistreet calls on News International to clarify an email relating to “worrying and bizarre” changes at the Irish Sun newspaper.
10 October 2012: The crisis in journalism that brought about the Leveson Inquiry was caused by a culture fostered and led by the top and that is why a new regulatory body, independent of the government and industry and with teeth is needed.