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Seven jobs at risk as Merseyside becomes latest area to take up Trinity Mirror's digital-first modelBy William Turvill | 14 Oct 2014
Three sub-editors, two reporters and one sport reporter are to lose their jobs on the Liverpool Echo.
By Dominic Ponsford | 10 Oct 2014
The election is currently underway to appoint one of the safest jobs in journalism (for the next five years anyway) – the editorship of NUJ house magazine The Journalist.
By William Turvill | 08 Oct 2014
Despite the improved performance, up from an operating loss of £5.6m in 2012, Express Newspapers – publisher of the Daily Express, Sunday Express and Daily Star – is in the process of cutting its editorial staff from 650 to 450.
By William Turvill | 02 Oct 2014
Backing Press Gazette's Save Our Sources campaign, the NUJ has called on the Interception of Communications Commissioner to launch an urgent review of RIPA and its use to access journalistic material and sources.
By Press Association | 16 Sep 2014
Paul Holleran, Scottish organiser for the National Union of Journalists, spoke out after hundreds of pro-independence campaigners staged a demonstration outside BBC Scotland's Glasgow headquarters.
By Dominic Ponsford | 11 Sep 2014
Journalists at the BBC have decided not to go on strike after management agreed to a freeze on compulsory redundancies and on recruitment.
By William Turvill | 01 Sep 2014
Head of BBC News James Harding announced in July that 415 jobs would be cut from his division, affecting 500 people.
By William Turvill | 05 Aug 2014
Those working at the corporation who earn less than £50,000 will see their pay increase by £800, and journalists earning more than that by £650.
NUJ and Bectu to ballot members for strike action over planned job cuts across BBC News and World ServiceBy William Turvill | 30 Jul 2014
Head of BBC News James Harding earlier this month announced that 415 jobs were to be lost across his division. He said 500 people working for BBC News and the World Service would be affected and that 266 new posts would be created.
Express journalists condemn Richard Desmond as 'Britain's greediest billionaire' and pledge fight against 200 job cutsBy William Turvill | 24 Jul 2014
Express Newspapers journalists have condemned owner Richard Desmond as “Britain’s greediest billionaire” after they were told the company is seeking 200 job cuts.
By PA Mediapoint | 18 Jul 2014
Journalists and technicians had been due to walkout next Wednesday for 12 hours.
By Dominic Ponsford | 15 Jul 2014
Around 3,000 BBC journalists who are members of the National Union of Journalists are said to hold a 24-hour strike for the whole of next Wednesday, 23 July, coinciding with the opening of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
By Dominic Ponsford | 02 Jul 2014
The National Union of Journalists has condemned as 'pitiful' a website which is encouraging freelance writers to work for £5 per 150 words.
BBC News criticised for taking on Lucy Manning and Ed Campbell shortly before expected 500 redundanciesBy William Turvill | 19 Jun 2014
Questions have also been raised about the way the pair were recruited, and whether they were taken on in an "open and fair" manner.
By William Turvill | 18 Jun 2014
The action is being taken because of plans to transfer editorial production work to Newport, Wales, as well as proposed redundancies and pay issues.
Newsquest NUJ members in London, Sussex and Hampshire join North West colleagues in voting for strike actionBy William Turvill | 11 Jun 2014
Members of the National Union of Journalists in London, Brighton and Southampton have now joined those in the North West in balloting for action.
By William Turvill | 10 Jun 2014
A meeting of the mother and fathers of the BBC Chapel voted for a motion calling for “major reform” at the corporation to address the differences in pay between journalists and programme makers and the senior management.
By William Turvill | 10 Jun 2014
More than ten Local World photographers are facing losing their jobs, according to the National Union of Journalists. Staff photographers on West Country titles are said to have been asked to accept zero-hours-style freelance contracts instead to carry on working for the publisher. But the uni
By William Turvill | 09 Jun 2014
Voting for industrial action, journalists said they fear the plans will risk editorial quality and lead to redundancies and unacceptable workloads, according to the National Union of Journalists.
By William Turvill | 04 Jun 2014
Around 80 jobs are also expected to be lost in BBC Radio, according to Forbes.