The blogosphere is already exacting more redress from the mainstream media than the industry watchdog, the PCC.
TWO media events are coming up this October in Bristol, co-organised by Bristol NUJ, on journalism, blogging and technology – and the conflicts and challenges they raise. There’s a fantastic line-up of star speakers, and workshops where you can get to grips with the issues. It’s open to the public, down at the Watershed and […]
SOME of the most prominent media figures in Britain – from Melvyn Bragg to Peter Hitchens – are appear at the Bristol Festival of Ideas during May.
Two interesting stories about the state of the media on the American online publication Foliomag.com which offer a mix of bleak predictions and a modicum of hope.
BRISTOL NUJ can be at the forefront of the union’s drive to recruit the thousands of creative workers in the new media industry who have so far gone unrepresented.
Research conducted for the NUJ shows that Bristol is one of the nation’s hotspots for the digital sector.