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NUJ seeks crisis forum on Corona threat to media jobs in Ireland

21 March 2020: The NUJ's Irish Secretary warned many journalists in Ireland are fearful for their livelihood as a result of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

Union pays tribute to pioneering broadcaster Marian Finucane

3 January 2020: The NUJ has paid tribute to Marian Finucane, who died aged 69 and who paved the way for women in RTÉ.

Commission on Irish public service broadcasting must have a broader remit, says NUJ

10 December 2019: Séamus Dooley, Irish Secretary said a commission limited to public service broadcasting would be a “missed opportunity for a strategic review of all aspects of the media in Ireland”.

NUJ welcomes decision on RTÉ guide

5 December 2019: The proposed sale of the magazine will now not go ahead.

Bruton’s policies will undermine public service broadcasting & lead to job cuts

2 August 2019: Union warns Irish minister is undermining public service broadcasting

NUJ expresses concern over Freedom of Information judgement

4 April 2019: A High Court judge has overturned the information commissioner’s decision requiring University College Cork to disclose to RTÉ information about a €100 million loan agreement between the college and the European Investment Bank.

NUJ bid to clarify RTÉ contracts

12 December 2018: The newsroom chapel is asking for a review

NUJ supports retention of National Symphony Orchestra within public service broadcaster

24 April 2018: Séamus Dooley, Irish Secretary, said the solution to the funding crisis in RTÉ was the development of an appropriate funding structure which recognised the cultural value of the orchestras.

NUJ welcomes "unambiguous ruling in favour of democracy" in Ireland

2 June 2015: The union has welcomes the High Court decision on media coverage of parliamentary affairs in Ireland.

Media failure to defend Dáil privilege may shatter public trust

29 May 2015: The NUJ has welcomed the announcement that RTÉ is to seek High Court permission to broadcast comments made in the Irish parliament about the financial affairs of media tycoon Denis O'Brien.

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