As we ask our regulated publishers to submit their annual statements for 2018, Standards Officer Rosemary Douce explains how the process works and why it’s such an important part of our monitoring work.
Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin introduces our press standards monitoring work, which we've now made publicly available to improve transparency about how we deal with complaints made under Clause 12 (Discrimination) of the Editors' Code.
Chief Executive Matt Tee on the Department of Digital, Culture Media and Sport Select Committee’s report on fake news and disinformation.
Chief Executive Matt Tee responds to the report of the Cairncross Review on the future of sustainable journalism.
Catch up with the latest IPSO news including new standards monitoring, our information on reports featuring children and the beginning of recruitment for our new Chair.
We are recruiting a successor to our inaugural Chairman Sir Alan Moses, whose term of office ends in late 2019. We seek an independent Chair with strong leadership skills, capable of ensuring that the IPSO Board is an effective and cohesive body that both oversees and leads a key national organisation operating in a high profile industry.
Complaints Officer John Buckingham on some of the issues around reporting on inquests and what IPSO can do to help.
Standards Officer Rosemary Douce on new information for parents, guardians and others who may be concerned about reporting which includes children and the specific rules which safeguard children’s welfare.
IPSO has issued new information for parents, guardians and other members of the public who may be concerned about reporting which includes children.
Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin on plans for our standards and monitoring work in 2019 including new guidance on a range of important topics, wider engagement with groups and people with concerns about particular coverage and more work to support journalists to continue to produce high quality content.
@IpsoNews 19th Jul 2019