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.
We are looking for two members to join our Board and three members to join our Complaints Committee. Find out more about the roles and how to apply
Four new panellists join the six independent and three industry appointees already confirmed following an extensive recruitment process. They will oversee any standards investigation launched at the request of IPSO’s Board to investigate where the regulator has serious concerns about the behaviour or actions of any of its members.
We are happy to set the record straight about our role, work and achievements; to correct inaccuracies and incorrect information; and to reaffirm that we will continue to protect the rights of anyone who feels wronged by the press and to uphold high standards of professional conduct for our regulated newspapers and magazines.
Director of Operations Charlotte Dewar was on the Woman's Hour takeover with Katie Price and photographer Trevor Adams of Matrix Picture Agency, talking about the paparazzi and discussing how the Editors' Code applies to photographers.
Director of Operations Charlotte Dewar was on this week's Radio 4 Media Show talking about IPSO's compulsory arbitration scheme with the BBC's Media Editor Amol Rajan.
Chief Executive Matt Tee appeared on Radio 4's Today Programme and BBC Radio London's Breakfast Show to talk about new adverts promoting the IPSO mark.
IPSO has upheld a complaint against The Times under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors Code relating to an article headlined “Judge rules child must leave Muslim foster home” published on 30 August 2017.
Matt Tee, Chief Executive of IPSO, comments on the Kerslake Review of the Manchester Arena attack.
@IpsoNews 15th Feb 2019