Newsbrands - national, regional and local newspapers in print and digital - are by far the biggest investors in news, accounting for more than two-thirds (69 per cent) of the total spend on news provision in the UK.
As part of its mission to promote the news media industry, the NMA oversees the activities of local and national media marketing bodies Local Media Works and Newsworks.
Local news is extremely important and the BBC must find ways in which to partner with the local news media sector for the benefit of the public, a report on the BBC charter review by the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee said today. View
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The News Media Association serves and promotes the shared interests of national, regional and local news media publishers in the UK by working across a broad range of issues which affect the industry.
Defending the universal right to freedom of expression.
Campaigning to protect this important legislation from being watered down.
Safeguarding the intellectual property rights of news media publishers.
Working for the establishment of a fair regime for news media publishers.
Highlighting the environmental credentials of news media publishers.
Promoting the establishment of the right commercial environment for news media publishers.
Creating a fair marketplace without state competition for independent news media.
Safeguarding the effective distribution networks of news media publishers.
Promoting the news media industry’s special status as an informer of the public.
News Media Association
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