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Conference : Public Broadcasting in Europe – BBC after Hutton Case

Conference : Public Broadcasting in Europe – BBC after Hutton Case Saturday 22 May 2004, 14.15 Transport and General Workers Union’s Diskus, 128 Theobalds Road, London, WC1X 8TN FINAL AGENDA See also background paper of the conference See final Declaration  2. 15pm: Start of the Meeting, chaired by Jim Corrigall, NUJ President 1/After Hutton – the … Continue reading “Conference : Public Broadcasting in Europe – BBC after Hutton Case”

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Journalists In New Protest as Berlusconi’s Grip on Italian Media Becomes A Stranglehold

Journalists In New Protest as Berlusconi’s Grip on Italian Media Becomes A Stranglehold The International Federation of Journalists today accused Italian legislators of sacrificing pluralism and democracy to strengthen Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s hold over the media. “Just a few days before world press freedom day, Italian lawmakers have reinforced the most flagrant abuse of … Continue reading “Journalists In New Protest as Berlusconi’s Grip on Italian Media Becomes A Stranglehold”

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Prime Time for Health and Safety in Media Industry Say Global Journalists

Prime Time for Health and Safety in Media Industry Say Global Journalists The International Federation of Journalists today called on media owners – and particularly press employers – to put health and safety on the newsroom agenda with a warning that companies face expensive court actions unless they take steps to reduce the risks in … Continue reading “Prime Time for Health and Safety in Media Industry Say Global Journalists”

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EFJ Welcomes European Parliament Rebuke for Berlusconi and Strong Call for Media Pluralism

EFJ Welcomes European Parliament Rebuke for Berlusconi and Strong Call for Media Pluralism The European Federation of Journalists today warmly welcomed the European Parliament decision to adopt a hard-hitting report on the press freedom crisis in Europe and Italy in particular, despite attempts at sabotage by Parliament members, some of them loyal to media magnate … Continue reading “EFJ Welcomes European Parliament Rebuke for Berlusconi and Strong Call for Media Pluralism”

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“Changing Nordic Mediascene” Conference, Helsinki, 4 May 2004

“Changing Nordic Mediascene” Conference, Helsinki, 4 May 2004 The Union of Radio and Television Journalists in Finland organises a conference on Tuesday May 4th 2004 from 1 p.m. to – 5.30 p.m. at Finnish Broadcasting Company’s headquarters, Radiokatu 5, Helsinki. It is a unique opportunity to hear from top experts insights into the future of … Continue reading ““Changing Nordic Mediascene” Conference, Helsinki, 4 May 2004″

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IFJ Calls for “Urgent Regional Review of Policy” as Public Broadcasting Crisis Bites in Eastern Europe

IFJ Calls for “Urgent Regional Review of Policy” as Public Broadcasting Crisis Bites in Eastern Europe The International Federation of Journalists, the world’s largest journalists’ group, today said the chaotic progress towards public service broadcasting in some countries in South-Eastern Europe was “deeply damaging for workers’ rights and for the future of quality and democratic … Continue reading “IFJ Calls for “Urgent Regional Review of Policy” as Public Broadcasting Crisis Bites in Eastern Europe”

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