Showing items tagged with 'videographers'
20 September 2018: This event is aimed at experienced journalists who are new to video, and provides an introduction to videography and the skills and equipment to get started
16 January 2018: #Useitpayforit is the hashtag for an NUJ campaign to encourage amateurs to understand the value of the photographs and videos they provide to news organisations.
31 July 2017: This event will address the basics of copyright as it affects journalists.
14 February 2017: It was a day for journalists who work with images – photographers, videographers and others – to come together to share professional knowledge and expertise and network.
18 August 2015: The NUJ is urging members to reject the £100 fee for media accreditation and expectation to hand over material to the organisers of this year’s Notting Hill Carnival.
23 September 2011: The NUJ has condemned the courts for forcing media organisations to supply riot footage and photographs to the police.
19 July 2011: Belfast Recorder Judge Thomas Burgess has ordered news organisations to hand over footage of the riots in east Belfast to the Northern Ireland police, the PSNI.
9 December 2010: A successful complaint to the Independent Police Complaint Commission (IPCC) has shown that, despite an officer's claim, they can't "do anything under the Terrorism Act".
25 June 2010: Two NUJ members have received an apology and damages from the Metropolitan Police after being forcibly prevented from working by officers at a political protest outside the Greek Embassy in 2008.
28 January 2010: Award-winning photographer, Jess Hurd, has been elected chair of the NUJ's newest project – London Photographers' Branch.