Read IPSO Chairman Sir Alan Moses' interview with Dominic Ponsford of The Press Gazette.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) today announced its plans to enhance and outsource the service provision of its dedicated whistleblowering hotline, demonstrating continued commitment to providing an independent and confidential service for any journalist who feels they are being pressured to act in a way that is not in line with the Editors' Code of Practice.
Sir Joseph Pilling, former permanent secretary at the Northern Ireland Office, has recently been appointed as the independent reviewer of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO). He talks to Steve Hewlett on Radio 4's Media Show about his external review and h how he plans to do it.
Sir Alan Moses has given an interview to the Guardian's Head of Media, Jane Martinson, in which he discusses changes to IPSO's rules and regulations.
Sir Alan Moses has spoken about IPSO's new rules and regulations on Radio 4's Media Show, with Steve Hewlett.
IPSO is inviting bids for the administration of a pilot arbitration scheme.
Following the appointment of Trevor Kavanagh to the Board, IPSO is honouring its commitment to transparency by publishing our response to a letter from Joe Anderson, Mayor of Liverpool.
Chief Executive Matt Tee has written a guest blog for Press Gazette responding to the annual Hacked Off Leveson Lecture delivered by Jo Brand on media reporting of mental health.
As of this morning, Thursday 25th November, IPSO has received around 2,600 complaints relating to the article. The majority of these refer to Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors’ Code of Practice.
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