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Don't let them pull the plug on public service broadcasting

27 January 2016: The NUJ Parliamentary Group invites you to a debate on the threat of privatistion of Channel 4, BBC charter renewal and the future of public service broadcasting.

NUJ response to George Osborne's statement on the BBC

6 July 2015: Chancellor's move to make the BBC pick up the up tab for free TV licences for over-75s is a "cheap shot".

BBC facts and stats

1 July 2015: Facts and figures about the BBC for the Love it or Lose it campaign

NUJ general secretary to give evidence to CMS parliamentary committee

18 June 2014: The culture, media and sport committee will take evidence from NUJ general secretary Michelle Stanistreet at 12 noon on Tuesday 24 June.

DM2014: Time for real change at BBC

11 April 2014: Delegates called for steps to re-establish a good working relationship with BBC management, talks between the NUJ and local TV stations to prevent explpoitation of staff and a decoupling’ of funding for S4C from BBC Wales.

Leveson: Hunt should tell truth about BBC deal

16 May 2012: Culture secretary, Jeremy Hunt, should come clean on the behind-closed-doors deal which led to 20 per cent cuts to the BBC, Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, said.

‘Worse than Birt’: BBC management under fire

7 December 2011: Mark Thompson and BBC management have been accused of damaging the future of the corporation by agreeing to the licence fee deal.

Assembly urged to protect Welsh media

17 November 2011: There is a crisis in the Welsh media, with the newspaper industry in dangerous decline and broadcasting's independence under threat, the NUJ has told an inquiry set up by the Welsh Assembly.

BBC's S4C cuts announcement condemned

26 October 2011: The BBC has announced that it expects S4C to find "similar savings" to BBC Wales.

BBC's 'best journalism in the world' at risk

6 October 2011: BBC management outlined cuts this morning that risk irreparable damage to what they described as "the best journalism in the world."

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