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Print is not dead: Bristol NUJ supports journalists' fringe meeting

Print is not dead: Bristol NUJ supports journalists’ fringe meeting

  Print Is Not Dead Fringe Event at National Union of Journalists Delegate Meeting, supported by Bristol Branch NUJ A brief look at how independent hyperlocal and local publishers can thrive in print as well as online 1pm, Saturday, April 16 Room 5, Waterfront Suite Southport Theatre & Convention Centre, Southport NUJ DM runs from […]

Vigils for Charlie Hebdo victims in Bristol and Cardiff

Vigils for Charlie Hebdo victims in Bristol and Cardiff

  VIGILS FOR CHARLIE HEBDO VICTIMS IN BRISTOL AND CARDIFF THIS WEEKEND Dear Colleagues, Bristol vigil There is a vigil in Bristol today Saturday 10 January to show support for the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris. People are asked to gather today at 2pm in the centre of Bristol outside Hippodrome.  Families […]

Benn Lecture sparks attacks on NUJ

Benn Lecture sparks attacks on NUJ

BRISTOL NUJ’S Benn Lecture later this month on the Leveson Inquiry has been the cause of attacks on the NUJ for allegedly calling for state regulation of the Press. The Sun and Guido Fawkes have both picked up on publicity we put out for the lecture, which features NUJ general secretary Michelle Stanistreet and Mick […]

Mediawise attacks bully boys who fear Leveson will clip their wings

Mediawise attacks bully boys who fear Leveson will clip their wings

OUR forthcoming Benn Lecture on the Leveson Inquiry has stirred a storm of attacks on the NUJ for allegedly backing state regulation of the media. Here Mike Jempson, Director of Bristol-based MediaWise Trust, and Vice Chair NUJ Ethics Council, gives some background – and brings the debate up to date IT WAS inevitable that the bullyboys […]

Intellectual Property Office consultation on copyright

Intellectual Property Office consultation on copyright

By Simon Chapman Here is an update on IPO’s consultation on copyright, which is the last stage before the Government puts forward its ideas in a communications bill for change to our Intellectual Property system on which many freelances depend for their income. The Intellectual Property Office asked for views and evidence on the implications […]