Claire Singers, a public relations consultant, and Mike Soutar, a multi-award winning magazine professional, have been appointed to the IPSO Board.
“Trevor Kavanagh is not a member of our Complaints Committee and has no involvement in any rulings made by IPSO. The views expressed by Mr Kavanagh in his column following the IPSO ruling on Manji v The Sun were made in a personal capacity and do not represent the view of IPSO”.
“We have been regulating the overwhelming majority of the UK’s newspapers, magazines and news websites for the last two years and will continue to do so.”
The role is an important part of IPSO’s service to complainants and undertakes reviews of IPSO’s handling of investigated complaints to ensure that the process has been fair and transparent to all concerned. Mrs Haines’ open recruitment and appointment was overseen by IPSO’s independent appointments’ panel, chaired by Sir Hayden Phillips.
IPSO has today announced the details of its year-long arbitration pilot scheme and has confirmed the appointment of the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) to run the pilot. The new scheme encompasses more than 20 publications, including major national dailies, the Press Association, magazines and a leading local newspaper.
IPSO has announced a review of the way its regulations should apply to global digital publishers.
Statements provide details on compliance, training and editorial standards and cover the calendar year 2015 and disclose information about the publishers’ approach to editorial standards; complaints-handling procedures; training processes and records of compliance, including details of any complaints that have been upheld by IPSO’s Complaints Committee.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) today announced its plans to enhance and outsource the service provision of its dedicated whistleblowers hotline.
IPSO has issued an upheld ruling on the complaint by Buckingham Palace about an article headlined "Queen backs Brexit" published on 9 March 2016.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation has published its ruling on the complaint from Muslim Engagement & Development (MEND) relating to an article published by The Sun on Monday 23 November 2015. The article, which generated more than 3,000 complaints, was headlined “1 in 5 Brit Muslims’ sympathy for jihadis”.
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