Showing items tagged with 'quality journalism'
1 May 2010: Journalists bombarded directors of the Johnston Press Group with tough questions at the company's annual shareholders' meeting in Edinburgh.
29 April 2010: Journalists at the Johnston Press-owned Scarborough Evening News went on strike on Friday 30 April in defence of jobs and newspaper standards.
22 April 2010: The launch of another newspaper in Birmingham will increase the flow of information to the city's residents and offer more jobs for journalists, the NUJ says.
8 April 2010: Journalists at Johnston Press titles in Scarborough and Sheffield have voted for strike action as industrial unrest spreads across the group's newspapers over management efforts to impose the Atex content management system on its papers.
31 March 2010: An anonymous reporter who describes "the death of local journalism" underlines the need for urgent action to save professional newsgathering in Britain and Ireland.
25 March 2010: Journalists at Johnston Press Group titles in Scarborough and Sheffield are to vote on strike action as industrial unrest spreads across the group's newspapers.
17 March 2010: A major conference in Westminster has heard how the corporate business model is threatening quality journalism.
15 March 2010: A major independent study into British public life suggests that new taxes on Google and pay television operators like BSkyB could be used to subsidise rigorous journalism.
12 March 2010: NUJ branches across Britain and Ireland are being urged to join their local trade union councils to help campaign for shared aims and win local support for issues affecting journalism and journalists' jobs.
3 March 2010: Hundreds of journalists at the Johnston Press Group have shown they are ready for industrial action to defend jobs and standards at their publications.