News

IMPRESS calls for law makers to retain news publisher protections set out in Crime and Courts Act 2013

 

Commenting on the announcement that the Government intends to repeal section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013 through its proposed media bill, IMPRESS CEO Ed Procter said:

“The repeal…

IMPRESS Online Safety Bill briefing

IMPRESS has today published a briefing on the Government’s proposed Online Safety Bill. IMPRESS is asking lawmakers to challenge, scrutinise and improve the Bill in order to protect free expression,…

Spotlight On | Una Murphy, Co-founder of VIEWdigital: "With mainstream news increasingly centralising to increase profit, accountable, accessible, on the ground journalism is important now more than ever."

 

Una Murphy is co-founder of Northern Irish social-affairs journalism platform VIEWdigital. She has had a prolific career in both broadcast and print media, producing and directing current affairs, factual and…

Participants' Consultation 2022

In accordance with IMPRESS’s financial sustainability policy, duties under our Articles of Association and the Royal Charter on self-regulation of the press, we are launching a consultation for participating publishers…

Spotlight On | Pam Vick, IMPRESS Board Member: “IMPRESS can help publishers to build their brand based on high journalistic standards, accountability and public trust – surely what every publisher is aiming for?”

 

Pam Vick first joined the Board of IMPRESS in November 2019. She has over 25 years’ experience in the marketing and advertising industries, has established her own business development…

IMPRESS is ready to meet public need in response to the Government’s Online Safety Bill

IMPRESS is ready to tackle the harms on news websites not addressed by the government’s Online Safety Bill.

The Bill, introduced to parliament yesterday,…