Chief Executive Matt Tee responds to the report of the Cairncross Review on the future of sustainable journalism.
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.
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.
Today IPSO launched guidance for journalists on the responsible reporting of suicide, the culmination of a year-long project looking at reporting in this area.
In the final blog of our series with Samaritans, Lorna Fraser, Executive Lead of their Media Advisory Service, looks at reporting on suicide inquests. She also discusses, from Samaritans’ perspective, some things for journalists to consider when writing about this challenging issue.
Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin on the importance of media literacy and the work IPSO is doing in this area.
Policy and Public Affairs Officer Sophie Malleson on LSE’s Truth, Trust and Technology Commission report
Systems and Office Manager Tonia Milton on our new complaints statistics tool, which will allow people to get even more information and insight into the cases we deal with day to day.
@IpsoNews 15th Feb 2019