Tag: NUJ

Egyptian journalists and the Guardian Readers’ Editor: a cause for concern?

Chris Elliott, the Guardian Readers’ Editor, has not always been a friend of democratic expressions of rights where trade unions are concerned. Yet now, he is training the Egyptian Journalists’ Syndicate

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BBC strike news

| November 6, 2010 | 0 Comments

The BBC strike over pensions has demonstrated great solidarity as NUJ members who work for the BBC went out on strike across the country.

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We’re the ‘mass’ in ‘mass media’: bloggers meet journalists with Bristol NUJ

| October 26, 2010 | 0 Comments

‘Newspapers used to be the mass media. But this is the mass media now,’ declared Guardian media commentator Roy Greenslade at Bristol’s Watershed last Friday to a packed audience of bloggers and journalists.

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NUJ takes part in pensioners’ conference

Concern about a wide variety of subjects, such as public expenditure cuts, OAP free bus services, power and petrol prices and recycling symbols were raised at the annual SW TUC pensioners’ conference at Weston-super-Mare on May 27.

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Northcliffe jobs cull boosts profits

Northcliffe, owner of the Bristol Evening Post and Western Daily Press, has dramatically increased profits thanks partly to it latest job cuts.

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