Catch up with the latest news including new Complaints Committee members and the upcoming Belfast roadshow.
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.
Read our response to the petition calling for an inquiry into press racism.
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.
We are looking for three lay members and one editorial member to join the Complaints Committee.
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.
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.
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
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.
@IpsoNews 20th Nov 2017
@PetaCubberley You can complain within 4 months of publication