Policy and Public Affairs Officer Sophie Malleson looks at some of the issues included in our response to the Cairncross Review on sustainable high-quality journalism in the UK.
Four new panellists join the six independent and three industry appointees already confirmed following an extensive recruitment process. They will oversee any standards investigation launched at the request of IPSO’s Board to investigate where the regulator has serious concerns about the behaviour or actions of any of its members.
We are happy to set the record straight about our role, work and achievements; to correct inaccuracies and incorrect information; and to reaffirm that we will continue to protect the rights of anyone who feels wronged by the press and to uphold high standards of professional conduct for our regulated newspapers and magazines.
Join a panel of some of high profile names in Welsh newspapers to discuss press regulation and media issues. A must for journalism students, anyone working in or with the media, or interested in how newspapers and magazines are regulated.
More than 20,000 complaints were made to the Independent Press Standards Organisation last year, according to figures published today in their Annual Report, up from nearly 15,000 in 2016. 2017 saw a large number of ‘multiple’ complaints, where more than one similar complaint was made about the same article.
In the third in our series of blogs on the reporting of suicide, Charlotte Urwin, Head of Standards, looks at some of the specific challenges journalists face when reporting on suicides that take place at notorious locations.
Complaints Officer Thomas Moseley explains how we handle complaints from third parties and how they feed into our wider standards work.
Find out about the launch of our compulsory arbitration scheme and more with our latest newsletter.
Head of complaints Bianca Strohmann looks at how the Editors’ Code applies to apologies and sets out some of the factors IPSO’s Complaints Committee might consider when deciding on whether or not to sanction a newspaper for not publishing one.
Complaints and Arbitration Officer Madeline Palacz on what the changes to IPSO's arbitration scheme mean and how we might be able to help you access your legal rights quickly, cheaply and effectively with compulsory arbitration
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