Greenslade on how, now more than ever, journalists need the public on their side.
Bitterness between PRs and journalists has a lengthy history but sensible journalists understand that the majority of PRs are helpful and truthful, and that we depend on each other. But there cannot be dependence of any kind, no mutual benefits whatsoever, if the journalistic community goes on diminishing at its current rate.
The IPSO roadshow rolled into Glasgow earlier this week for an evening of debate and discussion with an expert media panel. Director of External Affairs Niall Duffy shares his thoughts on the evening.
Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin on how far the panel has come and the important contribution it has made to a number of IPSO’s projects.
Join a panel of some of the most high profile names in Northern Irish newspapers to discuss press regulation and media issues. A must for anyone working in or with the media or interested in how newspapers and magazines are regulated.
Roy Greenslade on why we need more analysis of the internal dynamics of newsrooms.
Chief Exec Matt Tee on IPSO's third anniversary – why there's much to be quietly pleased about but also more to do...
Read our response to the petition calling for an inquiry into press racism.
Jon Snow, the Channel 4 News presenter, spoke of one of this era’s most fascinating divisions in his keynote speech at the Edinburgh International Television Festival last week. After reporting on the Grenfell Tower tragedy, he said it made him feel “on the wrong side” of Britain’s social divide. It convinced him that he, and the current cohort of mainstream media journalists, had become too far removed from ordinary people’s lives.
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