Showing items tagged with 'quality journalism'
22 November 2009: Delegates to the NUJ's annual conference left Southport today after pledging to lead a major push to defend quality journalism in the UK and Ireland.
14 October 2009: Dozens of trade unionists gathered in Westminster this afternoon to lobby Members of Parliament over the future of public service broadcasting.
1 October 2009: Over 100 people packed an NUJ/BECTU event at the Labour Party conference on Wednesday.
9 June 2009: The NUJ has today published an eight-point plan to reinvigorate local journalism and has written to Ben Bradshaw, the UK's new culture minister, to urge him to back the plan.
5 June 2009: Staff at the Birmingham Post, Mail, Sunday Mercury and associated weeklies Stood Up for Journalism today in the face of cutbacks and uncertainty about the future of their titles.
13 May 2009: More than a dozen union activists and officials from around the UK attended Trinity Mirror's annual shareholders' meeting.
26 March 2009: The NUJ has hit out at a new Conservative Party policy on local media, saying it will do nothing to solve the problems facing quality journalism in the UK.
9 February 2009: A new report has strongly supported the NUJ's concerns at the effect of industry cutbacks on standards of journalism.
6 February 2009: More than 800 journalists across Britain and Ireland are gearing up for industrial action to oppose job cuts and defend quality journalism.
21 January 2009: The NUJ has called on the new Russian owner of the Evening Standard to provide guarantees on the future of the title and its journalists.