Showing items tagged with 'radio'
London Assembly told Londoners deserve better than a fake editor George Osborne for their flagship newspaper
21 March 2017: The NUJ gives evidence to the Assembly's economic committee on local news provision in London.
21 March 2017: Join Birmingham and Coventry NUJ branch to discuss the future of the local media.
16 March 2017: NUJ to voice concerns about the long-term impact on national radio of outsourcing of up to 60 per cent of BBC in-house production.
4 January 2017: Love it or Lose it: the joint unions' campaign to fight for the BBC during charter renewal continues.
6 November 2016: Will the Archers or Women's Hour go the same way as Bake Off if BBC plans go ahead?
21 October 2016: The BBC is about to outsource 60 per cent of BBC radio: don't let them privatise our favourite programmes
18 August 2016: The BBC is rated highly in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, but a report raises questions over the future of non-English programming and whether the devolved governments are being held to account.
10 November 2015: NUJ launches its media manifesto for Wales
21 August 2015: Johnny was a life-long member of the NUJ and one of the most popular sports journalists in Ireland.
12 August 2015: Staff to follow up a silent protest with a 24-hour strike over the corporation's decision to axe one of its two Birmingham-based editor roles and move the Bobby Friction show to London.