Sir Alan Moses gave the closing key note at the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers conference on 3 June.
The IPSO lecture 2019 given by Sara Khan, Lead Commissioner at the Commission for Counter Extremism, on the role of the media in challenging extremism
Watch the Facebook Live of our Cardiff Roadshow, which took place on 18 October at Cardiff University’s School of Journalism, Media and Culture.
Join a panel of some of high profile names in Welsh newspapers to discuss press regulation and media issues. A must for journalism students, anyone working in or with the media, or interested in how newspapers and magazines are regulated.
Watch the live stream of Sir David Spielgelhalter's lecture at the Royal Statistical Society and download the lecture notes.
Join us for the third annual IPSO lecture given by Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter, the president of the Royal Statisical Society and Winton Professor of the Public Understanding of Risk at the University of Cambridge. His talk will be on on the media’s use of statistics and portrayal of risk and he will be joined by Sir Alan Moses, IPSO's Chairman.
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.
Question a panel of experts on what its like to work in the media today. A must for budding journalists or anyone interested in how newspapers and magazines are regulated.
Rt Hon John Whittingdale OBE MP gave the second IPSO lecture at Church House, London on Thursday 6th July 2017. Initially scheduled for May, the lecture was moved to July because of the general election. In his lecture, Mr Whittingdale considers the result of that election and its impact on press regulation.
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