Toolbox: Key principles to report on ongoing investigations of public figures

What are they key principles for reporting on police inviestigations of prominent public figures?

Investigative journalism seeks to serve the public interest. IMPRESS CEO, Jonathan Heawood, speaks with experts Paul Wragg…

[EVENT] 'Can we believe the media? The role of journalism in the digital age' – 04/10/2018, Belfast

The 2018 Digital News Report by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism reveals that 74% of news consumption in the UK is online. The same…

The IMPRESS PODCAST | EPISODE #2. Privacy in the news: the case of Sir Cliff Richard vs. the BBC

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Jonathan Heawood, CEO of IMPRESS, is joined by experts Paul Wragg (University of Leeds) and Thomas…

IMPRESS participates in Hyperlocal News report by LSE Polis

In a report published with Polis, the journalism think tank of the London School of Economics, journalist, researcher and teacher Carina Tenor analyses the UK’s hyperlocal news sector.

IMPRESS free arbitration scheme is extended to cover data protection claims

As part of their IMPRESS membership, publishers get free access to an exclusive arbitration scheme which makes arbitration accessible to independent publishers. From this month, the scope of the…

IMPRESS webinar series: Diversity in news and newsrooms

This Thursday 12 July, 10.30am we will hold our first open IMPRESS webinar. 

Guest speakers Kurt Barling and David Leigh will be discussing the issue of 'Diversity in news and newsrooms'.