The latest newsletter contains updates on vacancies, the Chairman's reappointment and the 2016 annual report.
IPSO has released its 2016 Annual Report. The report includes details of IPSO's work; case studies; complaints statistics; details of regulated publications and financial information.
Week by week, journalists attempting to do nothing more than their job – to inform their readers, viewers and listeners what is happening in their own countries – face loss of life and liberty. In their countries, freedom of expression is a dream. In pursuing it, many of them are condemned to a living nightmare. We should salute them all, the fighters on press freedom’s front line.
Sir Alan Moses appeared on this week's Media Show to talk about IPSO's work and his reappointment as IPSO Chairman with Amol Rajan.
Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin on why press coverage of religion and faith can be a challenging issue and how IPSO is continuing to engage with readers and those interested in how journalists report these stories.
IPSO has launched a public consultation on the way in which it regulates global news websites as part of its ongoing review of how IPSO’s regulations apply to global digital content.
In 1950, Heinz ran an advert that contained this astonishing sentence: “Most men, nowadays, have stopped beating their wives”. It then urged women to buy its soups in order to avoid their husbands getting bored at mealtimes (and therefore, presumably, to prevent them from reverting to wife-beating).Gender stereotyping was born in those early days of mass advertising, an era so glamorously and devastatingly depicted in the TV series “Mad Men”.
IPSO is looking to recruit an articulate, efficient and highly motivated individual to join its complaints-handling team. Position: 12 month contract (with possibility of being made permanent) Remuneration: £28-30K Closing date: 16 August 2017
Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin on IPSO's new social media guidance, how social media has revolutionised how individuals consume news, and how journalists research and write stories.
A couple of regional newspaper journalists have called for children to be taught about contempt of court. They are concerned that young social media users are unaware of the legal restrictions about what can, and cannot, be written once proceedings become “active”.
@IpsoNews 07th Dec 2017
Our newsletter features updates on the new IPSO mark, arbitration and our newly published guidance. Read it here ow.ly/3daP30h4x21
@IpsoNews 07th Dec 2017
MEN took sufficient care over accuracy of story about recycling plant worker’s injuries ow.ly/ytOs30h4szO https://t.co/xibMwyPdVU