Policy and Public Affairs Officer Sophie Malleson on why a complicated media landscape presents challenges for video sharing platforms and future regulation.
Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin addresses some of the questions we’ve had in response to our photography podcast.
In the second in our series of blogs with Samaritans, Lorna Fraser, Executive Lead of their Media Advisory Service, looks at some of the specific challenges journalists face when reporting on suicides by young people and some of the additional sensitivities and risks which can make young people a particularly vulnerable audience.
Head of Complaints Bianca Strohmann on the Royal Society of Health's report on attitudes to ageing - and the challenges of allowing public debate while offering protection to groups and protecting the rights of individuals.
After the death yesterday of designer Kate Spade, we have received many comments and questions about the reporting of suicide. Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin on how IPSO supports journalists to write about this complex issue responsibly.
Director of Operations Charlotte Dewar on Open Democracy's allegations that The Evening Standard was offering a select group of advertisers favourable news and comment pieces and the wider discussion among publishers, advertisers and readers about the evolving and sometimes challenging relationships between the editorial and commercial sides of news businesses.
Our broader commitment to press standards includes supporting all of our member publishers, large or small, with bespoke newsroom training on how IPSO applies the Editors’ Code and how to handle complaints effectively for editors, managers and for journalists.
IPSO has today announced a full response to the recommendations made by Lord Kerslake in his report on the aftermath of the Manchester Arena attack.
The UK’s seven best-selling national daily newspapers and eight best-selling Sunday newspapers have agreed to sign up to the IPSO compulsory arbitration scheme announced on Tuesday this week. This will mean that members of the public can get low-cost access to justice without having to go to court for legal claims including libel, invasion of privacy, data protection or harassment. The participating newspapers cannot refuse to arbitrate on any valid claim. It costs a maximum in fees of £100 for the claimant.
In the first of our series of guest blogs from Samaritans, Lorna Fraser, Executive Lead of Samaritans’ Media Advisory Service introduces the service and its guidelines to support safe and informative coverage of suicide and self-harm.
@IpsoNews 17th Jul 2018
Complaint from Sarah Champion MP against The Sun upheld bit.ly/2uH4z7A https://t.co/v5Nj7G12KO
@IpsoNews 13th Jul 2018
IPSO Blog: Could potential changes to EU’s Audio Visual Media Services Directive impact future regulation?… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…