Showing items tagged with 'social media'
30 October 2020: Michelle Stanistreet said: "It’s disappointing that there was no consultation with staff unions on these changes ahead of them being announced, and we’ll be raising all the concerns NUJ members and reps have shared with us when we meet the BBC.”
28 October 2020: Francesca Sobande is a lecturer in digital media studies at the School of Journalism, Media and Culture at Cardiff University.
3 September 2020: But with 2,000 journalists' jobs at risk, the NUJ questions how the corporation can continue to make world-beating programmes.
1 March 2019: Fake news, rumour, propaganda & Facebook: how can journalists promote news that can be trusted? The NUJ hosts an event for media literacy week.
21 November 2018: Journalists working online was the focus of an event organised in Dublin last weekend
8 November 2018: The Dublin P&PR branch's seminar will cover accessing court papers, social media & the courts, contempt & privilege chanegs and court reporting.
12 September 2018: NUJ professional training focusing on helping freelance journalists find work online.
14 August 2017: The Perth and District NUJ branch has organised an evening of discussion about using social media.
16 March 2017: Séamus Dooley, acting general secretary of the NUJ called on media organisations to invest in and charge for quality journalism.
10 March 2017: TUC women's conference passed a NUJ motion calling for measures to combat misogynistic abuse on social media.