Archive for March, 2010

Jeremy Dear joins Northcliffe debate

NUJ general secretary Jeremy Dear has joined the debate on the drastic effect of Northcliffe’s cutbacks on journalistic standards and working conditions.

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Stop Clause 43 of the Digital Economy Bill

The NUJ supports the Stop43.org.uk campaign to remove clause 43 on Orphan Works and Collective Licensing legislation from the Digital Economy Bill. Please act now. The Digital Economy Bill (DEB) is a complex piece of legislation, and you may have heard about the controversial proposals on disconnecting filesharers. But the DEB also contains legislation to […]

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NUJ freelance social – Thursday April 8, 7.30pm onwards

Calling all you lonely freelancers – extract yourself from your computer/camera/notebook and come along to the NUJ Bristol Branch’s Spring social on Thursday April 8. Meet old friends, make new ones and swap horror stories on the state of the industry… or talk about anything else but the media, whatever you prefer. We’ll buy your […]

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Job cuts and roundabouts from Northcliffe

MORE than 30 jobs are at risk at Northcliffe centres in the South West in a wide-ranging series of cutbacks which will see the Bristol-based Western Daily Press come under the control of an editor-in-chief in Plymouth.

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Muslim poet and journalist in line for award

A Bristol journalist and NUJ member is one of three finalists for a prestigious award from The Muslim News newspaper.

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