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NMA welcomes chancellor’s DMU announcement
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NMA welcomes chancellor’s DMU announcement

The News Media Association has welcomed the chancellor’s commitment to bring forward DMU legislation.

18/11/2022

PPA condemns Royal Mail plans
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PPA condemns Royal Mail plans

The Professional Publishers Association is calling on government to refuse Royal Mail’s plans to stop Saturday letter deliveries.

18/11/2022

It couldn’t happen here… could it?
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It couldn’t happen here… could it?

The UK is a western liberal democracy. Press freedom is not one of the things we normally have to worry about…

By James Evelegh  |  17/11/2022

National Security Bill poses grave threat to press freedom, says SoE
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National Security Bill poses grave threat to press freedom, says SoE

The National Security Bill, which returns to the Commons, poses a grave threat to press freedom and “rides roughshod” over established journalistic protections, the Society of Editors has warned.

16/11/2022

SoE and NUJ launch mobile safety toolkit
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SoE and NUJ launch mobile safety toolkit

The National Union of Journalists and Society of Editors have launched a mobile-friendly safety toolkit to help journalists find advice and information surrounding their safety while on the move.

09/11/2022

Trusted Journalism Has Become More Important Than Ever Before
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Trusted Journalism Has Become More Important Than Ever Before

To mark Journalism Matters week, News Media Association Chief Executive Owen Meredith stresses the importance of journalism and highlights the threats it faces.

By Owen Meredith  |  31/10/2022

NMA welcomes new report
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NMA welcomes new report

The NMA has welcomed a new report urging the government to bring forward DMU legislation.

26/10/2022

IPSO publishes Annual Report 2021
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IPSO publishes Annual Report 2021

Published last week, IPSO’s Annual Report 2021 sets out how IPSO has delivered its purpose to protect the public and freedom of expression by upholding high editorial standards.

20/10/2022

IAB UK unveils bolstered Gold Standard
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IAB UK unveils bolstered Gold Standard

IAB UK has today launched the latest version of its Gold Standard, which incorporates new criteria to strengthen end-to-end transparency within the digital advertising supply chain.

19/10/2022

House of Lords recommends advertising restrictions
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House of Lords recommends advertising restrictions

The House of Lords has recommended restrictions on "advertising for high carbon and environmentally-damaging products."

17/10/2022

Net-zero – time for action
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Net-zero – time for action

As an industry, we urgently need to do more to reduce our environmental impact.

By James Evelegh  |  13/10/2022

IPSO: Sir Bill Jeffrey carrying out external review
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IPSO: Sir Bill Jeffrey carrying out external review

Announced in September, the former senior civil servant Sir Bill Jeffrey is conducting the second External Review of the independence and effectiveness of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO).

11/10/2022

NMA welcomes new guidance
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NMA welcomes new guidance

The News Media Association has welcomed new guidance to reporting restrictions in the courts.

06/10/2022

National World believes BBC must reduce online news market share
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National World believes BBC must reduce online news market share

A major regional media publisher has said the BBC must substantially curtail its local news websites otherwise more community titles will go out of business.

16/09/2022

NMA calls on Truss to introduce DMU legislation ‘as soon as possible’
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NMA calls on Truss to introduce DMU legislation ‘as soon as possible’

The News Media Association has called on the new Prime Minister to introduce the legislation equipping the Digital Markets Unit with the statutory powers it needs to level the playing field for publishers and platforms “as soon as possible.”

12/09/2022

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