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Media Smart & Ad Assoc double down on Political Advertising awareness campaign
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Media Smart & Ad Assoc double down on Political Advertising awareness campaign

Media Smart and the Advertising Association are renewing their awareness campaign ‘What’s the deal with political advertising?’ to help voters understand the ads by political parties they may see in the run up to the General Election.

17/06/2024

PPA reacts to Labour manifesto
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PPA reacts to Labour manifesto

The PPA has released its reaction to the Labour manifesto.

14/06/2024

Editors in Wales issue warning
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Editors in Wales issue warning

Editors in Wales warn of severe democratic deficit if public notices are removed from local papers.

10/06/2024

Impress launches new initiative
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Impress launches new initiative

Impress has launched a new initiative to encourage the questioning of MPs and parliamentary candidates on matters relating to the media and journalism.

04/06/2024

News/Media Alliance Calls on FTC, DOJ to Investigate Google
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News/Media Alliance Calls on FTC, DOJ to Investigate Google

The News/Media Alliance has sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ), urging the agencies to investigate Google.

31/05/2024

NMA publishes Election Manifesto
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NMA publishes Election Manifesto

Local, regional, and national editors have called for measures to protect and promote the freedom and sustainability of news media as the NMA launches its manifesto ahead of the election.

29/05/2024

Italy: IFJ signs call to protect media freedom
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Italy: IFJ signs call to protect media freedom

The International and European Federation of Journalists join other media freedom organisations in demanding press freedom protection in Italy.

28/05/2024

Industry reacts positively to passing of DMCCB
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Industry reacts positively to passing of DMCCB

The News Media Association and the PPA welcome the passage of the Digital Markets, Competition And Consumers Bill.

24/05/2024

Not North Korea, but not Norway either
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Not North Korea, but not Norway either

A recent report paints a disturbing picture of media freedom being threatened in some EU countries.

By James Evelegh  |  02/05/2024

Media figures say anti-SLAPPs bill is flawed
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Media figures say anti-SLAPPs bill is flawed

More than 60 editors, lawyers, journalists, academics and experts call for the Anti-SLAPP Bill to be amended to ensure it can protect everyone speaking out in the public interest.

15/04/2024

Mission creep?
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Mission creep?

Is the BBC stepping on the toes of independent publishers?

By James Evelegh  |  28/03/2024

NMA responds to speech
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NMA responds to speech

The News Media Association has responded to Tim Davie’s speech.

27/03/2024

NUJ urges radical change
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NUJ urges radical change

The National Union of Journalists urges radical change to Local Democracy Reporter contracts to ensure fair pay.

14/03/2024

Impress appoints new committee members
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Impress appoints new committee members

Impress has announced several new appointments to its independent committees across the organisation.

04/03/2024

Rebuilding trust
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Rebuilding trust

The media is not trusted as much as it needs to be. The solution is simple but it will mean breaking some bad habits.

By James Evelegh  |  28/02/2024

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