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Radio regulator told to review its “localness” rules as stations close and jobs are lost

3 July 2019: Local radio will become increasing London-centric by new rules which have resulted in 100 job losses and station closures.

Keep your local radio local

27 June 2019: Stations across the nation will lose their local breakfast and drive-time shows and hundreds of journalists, presentes and radio station staff face the sack. Come along to this Federation of Entertainment Unions meeting and join the fight to keep local radio news local.

Disabled people must be seen more often on screen to end unhelpful stereotypes, says the NUJ

5 June 2018: Media stereotypes, greater on-screen presence, learning disabilities and Brexit were raised by the union during TUC disabled workers' conference.

NUJ delegation quizzes Trinity Mirror at AGM

3 May 2018: The union's letter to shareholders outlined concerns about the level of redundancies, the company's digital strategy, the gender pay gap and TM's failure to protect journalist sources.

Delayed action on inequality at BBC “dereliction of duty”

20 July 2017: The BBC must take immediate action to tackle what the union describes as “systemic inequality throughout the organisation”.

Union leaders unite to oppose Sky Fox deal

31 March 2017: UK trade unions come together to urge Ofcom to block the Sky Fox merger.

Lack of diversity harms broadcasting, says NUJ

30 November 2016: Union calls on Ofcom and government to address the lack of diversity and equality on the Channel 4 board.

NUJ responds to Clementi’s BBC governance review

1 March 2016: Statement from the union's general secretary in response to the review's recommendations.

'Simply not enough women' says Lords committee report on broadcasting and current affairs

16 January 2015: Women journalists are under-represented in news and current affairs and, if the gender imbalance isn't improved, the broadcasting regulator must have greater powers to intervene.

Don’t turn tough sound-bites into repressive, chilling laws, NUJ tells May

30 September 2014: Broadcasting bans and a return to the Snoopers' Charter, set out by the Home Secretary, are anti-democratic and anti-press.

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