Showing items tagged with 'photographers'
4 April 2015: After year-on-year cuts to jobs and the closure of newspaper titles, this camapign intends to reclaim a vital, vigorous press at the heart of its community.
25 March 2015: Two of the Brighton Argus's five photographers are to be made redundant and two of the three features writers are also to go.
16 March 2015: To highlight what has become a critical situation in news photography. Almost all the regional newspaper groups have shorn staff photographers down to very small numbers - or even none at all - at most centres. At the end of last year, we saw mass redundancies among staff photographers in JP, Newsquest, and others.
11 March 2015: The photographers’ council is concerned by the proposed changes to contracts relating to the photographic portal Alamy.
10 March 2015: NUJ stalwart and veteran photographer Larry Doherty has died
17 February 2015: Photographers cannot be made to be instruments of the state, says Irish Secretary, after journalist is forced to hand over images from outside the Department of Justice in Dublin.
5 February 2015: The Formby Times and Crosby Herald will close from the end of March and more photographer jobs to be cut in North West.
27 January 2015: With guest speakers Jess Hurd, of London Photographers' Branch - 'I'm a photographer, not a domestic extremist' and Paul O'Connor - 'Stop the flogging of Raif Badawi'.
13 January 2015: Peter was an NUJ member for many years and died on Saturday 3 January 2015 at the age of 91.
5 January 2015: The NUJ Photographers' council has called a campaign for a law to prevent the press from publishing photographs of children without parental consent "simplistic, dangerous, wrong in principle" and "unworkable".