The NUJ represents journalists throughout the broadcasting industry, from reporters to producers, editors and online journalists, in radio and television.
Many members work for major broadcasters, such as the BBC, ITV, ITN and Channel 4, where the companies have agreed to allow the union to represent its members in negotiating for better terms and conditions. Strong union membership helps the NUJ achieve real improvements in these workplaces.
However big or small your employer, the NUJ can provide advice and representation. It is always worth being a member of the NUJ - join us.
The NUJ fights for quality journalism in the broadcasting sector, and for the resources needed to make such work possible.
The broadcasting industrial council (BIC) promotes and supervises negotiations and agreements with individuals or groups of employers on wages and conditions of employment and allied problems – including the promotion of vocational training – in the broadcasting sector.
BIC recruitments and organises activities in the sector. It acts as an advisory committee to the union's National Executive Council (NEC) and can make representations to the NEC.
You can find out who represents your area of broadcasting (members only).