The guidance seeks to describe the meaning of ”due prominence” as well as explain how IPSO determines the due prominence of a correction or adjudication when it is required by IPSO as part of a finding against a publication.
In a guest blog for IPSO, the editorial team of IPSO member publication The Travellers' Times write of their experiences reporting on Gypsies, Roma, and Travellers.
IPSO Chief Executive Charlotte Dewar on why and how Journalism Matters and IPSO’s support for the News Media Association’s week celebrating the craft.
Read about new Appointment Panel members, the Annual Report 2021, new guidance for journalists on court reporting, and information for the public on how the press reports domestic abuse.
IPSO – the Independent Press Standards Organisation – has published its annual report for 2021. The report sets out how IPSO has delivered its purpose to protect the public and freedom of expression by upholding high editorial standards.
In the latest episode of the IPSO podcast, Teresa Parker, from Women's Aid, talks about how the media reports on domestic abuse and the available support networks for domestic abuse survivors.
Sir Bill Jeffrey's External Review of IPSO has opened for submissions and has launched on its own dedicated website.
The former senior civil servant Sir Bill Jeffrey will conduct the second External Review of the independence and effectiveness of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO).
IPSO mourns the passing of Queen Elizabeth II