Showing items tagged with 'quality journalism'
15 June 2011: Journalists at Sir Ray Tindle's North London and Herts Newspapers have voted unanimously for strike action in their continuing dispute over staffing levels and quality journalism.
11 June 2011: The Murdoch scandal has highlighted the need for real commitment to ethical journalism and the negotiation of a 'conscience clause' to protect journalists from unscrupulous employers.
8 June 2011: Journalists at the Wolverhampton Express & Star have been threatened with compulsory redundancy.
25 May 2011: Journalists are insisting that the BBC guarantees the protection of quality and standards of the Radio Times and the corporation's other programme-related magazines in the event of a sale.
28 April 2011: Members of the NUJ will be attending the Johnston Press Annual General Meeting today as delegates.
27 April 2011: The National Theatre of Wales production of The Passion with Michael Sheen has helped boost the work of NUJ members providing a not-for-profit community news service in Port Talbot.
20 April 2011: Management at North London and Herts Newspapers group has written to nine striking NUJ members at the papers warning of possible redundancies.
20 April 2011: Striking journalists staged a mock funeral procession through Enfield in North London to mark the slow death of their newspapers.
7 April 2011: Journalists at Newsquest in London are starting industrial action next Friday 15 April in a dispute over redundancies, pay and quality of content.
12 May 2010: Bethan Jenkins, Welsh Assembly member, has made a strong demand for measures to safeguard the quality and plurality of the media in Wales.