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Explainer: SLAPPs & the impact of Government reform

 

'SLAPPs' have received a lot of attention in the industry press in recent months following the MOJ's launch of an inquiry and consultation looking at these cases, and more recently…

Intrusion into grief & the IMPRESS Standards Code 

Reporting on loss of life is one of the most delicate forms of journalism, one that calls for skilled and nuanced sensitivity from news providers. More than simply documenting recent…

IMPRESS retains approved regulator standard

21 July 2022

The Press Recognition Panel (PRP) confirmed today that IMPRESS has retained its status as an approved regulator and continues to meet Royal Charter standards of independence, effectiveness and…

IMPRESS at the Oxford Media Convention 2022

 

Earlier this week saw the return of the IPPR Oxford Media Convention. This year’s theme was ‘reimaging a citizen-serving media’ with emphasis on the busy UK media policy…

Spotlight On | Jamie Wareham, founder of QueerAF: “No one should be told their lives aren't worth telling a story about. We’re going to make sure that what happened to me doesn’t happen again.”

 

Jamie Wareham is the founder of QueerAF, an award-winning independent platform launching the careers of emerging and underrepresented LGBTQIA+ creatives, and the QueerAF podcast. He is currently the Interactions Manager for On…

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…