IPSO has issued guidance for editors on reporting deaths and inquests which contains a framework for editors and journalists as well as relevant case studies. It encourages editors and journalists to consider key questions in line with the Code on a number of issues including the reporting of inquests; coverage of funerals; writing obituaries; and considerations around reporting the breaking news of a death.
Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin on how our new guidance can help journalists and editors think through issues around the reporting of deaths
This week our Complaints Committee met to adjudicate on complaints. Three new members have recently been appointed: Nazir Afzal, former Chief Crown Prosecutor; Andrew Pettie, a former journalist; and Miranda Wiram, Head of Strategy and Insight at Forest Enterprise. In this week’s guest blog, Nazir Afzal gives his first impressions of being part of the Committee.
Director of External Affairs Niall Duffy on our outreach work around the world and talking about press regulation from Manila to Detroit.
Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin on new guidance for editors on due prominence and the fine balance of proportionate regulation.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) has today issued guidance for editors on how it uses its powers to require due prominence in corrections and adjudications.
Director of External Affairs Niall Duffy on IPSO's Belfast Roadshow.
AIPCE is a loose network of independent content regulators for both press and broadcast media. Its annual conferences provides a forum to exchange ideas and to offer and receive advice. It’s also an opportunity strengthen cooperation and communication between the various bodies which regulate the press across Europe.
Catch up with the latest news including new Complaints Committee members and the upcoming Belfast roadshow.
@pressgazette 23rd Jan 2018