The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) today announced the launch of the IPSO mark (attached), a visual symbol that can be used by all its publications to show their commitment to professional standards and an edited, regulated product.
Following a year-long pilot, IPSO has announced the details of its low-cost arbitration scheme, featuring much-reduced costs for claimants. The scheme, commencing on Monday 27 November, offers low-cost access to justice as envisaged in the Leveson report and replaces the pilot scheme IPSO has run for a year.
IPSO has issued guidance for editors on reporting deaths and inquests which contains a framework for editors and journalists as well as relevant case studies. It encourages editors and journalists to consider key questions in line with the Code on a number of issues including the reporting of inquests; coverage of funerals; writing obituaries; and considerations around reporting the breaking news of a death.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) has today issued guidance for editors on how it uses its powers to require due prominence in corrections and adjudications.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) has announced three appointments to its Complaints Committee: Nazir Afzal OBE, Miranda Winram and Andrew Pettie.
IPSO has launched a public consultation on the way in which it regulates global news websites as part of its ongoing review of how IPSO’s regulations apply to global digital content.
The IPSO Appointments Panel has announced today that it has reappointed Sir Alan Moses as Chairman of IPSO for a second term. Sir Alan, whose first three year term comes to an end in September 2017, will serve until the end of 2019.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) has today issued guidance for editors and journalists relating to the republication of material taken from social media.
Statements show details on compliance, training and editorial standards and cover the calendar year 2016 for UK publications read by tens of millions of people.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) has today announced that Roy Greenslade, Professor of Journalism at City, University of London, former Daily Mirror editor and long-time Guardian columnist will write a regular blog for its website.
@IpsoNews 15th Dec 2017
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@IpsoNews 15th Dec 2017
This week's blog is on our relaunched arbitration scheme: ow.ly/QzGd30hfbfg https://t.co/VAuhFJHLTb