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  • The Chartered Institute of Journalists’ submission on the Editors’ Code consultation.

      [frame align=”left”][/frame] The CIoJ has submitted its suggestions as to how the Press Complaints Commission’s Editors’ Code may be improved in order to help journalists go about their duties as the eyes and ears of the public. The CIoJ’s submission may be viewed here

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  • What price democracy? Audit Commission can’t answer…so who will?

      NEWS RELEASE Release time: 30 July 2009 The Audit Commission’s inquiry into local authority newspapers, ordered by the Government in its Digital Britain report, will not include an examination of their effect on traditional local newspapers. Steve Bundred, chairman of the Commission, told the Chartered Institute of Journalists that it does not have the…

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  • FIGHT FOR THOSE WHO CAPTURE NEWS EVENTS ON WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY

    ON THE OCCASION of World Press Freedom Day, the Chartered Institute of Journalists (CIoJ) challenges the media industry to unite against police interference when professional press photographers attempt to record news events. New Anti terrorism rules mean that press photographers now face jail for taking pictures of police or the armed forces. In addition to…

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