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22.07.21

NMA: Official Secrets Act Reform Could Criminalise Public Interest Journalism

Sweeping reforms to the Official Secrets Act could criminalise public interest journalism by exposing journalists and whistle blowers to harsh new penalties such as lengthy prison sentences, the News Media Association said today. Responding...

22.07.21

NMA Calls For Critical Worker Exemption For News Media

The News Media Association has called on the Government to designate journalists and news media ancillary workers, including printers and newspaper deliverers, as critical workers, as they have been since the start of the pandemic. In...

22.07.21

Ozone Launches Its Own Attention Index To Measure Campaigns Across The Platform

The Ozone Project has announced the launch of the Ozone Attention Index, a bespoke measure of advertising engagement that will become a constant feature in all campaign reporting. This will feature in addition to clients’ own campaign key...

22.07.21

Whittingdale: Journalistic Content Must Be Protected

John Whittingdale has spoken of the importance of sustaining local media and curbing the dominance of the tech giants to allow journalism to flourish. Speaking about the Online Safety Bill at the Oxford Media Convention this week, Mr Whitti...

15.07.21

NMA CEO Speaks At Westminster Media Forum

News Media Association chief executive Owen Meredith spoke of the challenges facing news media publishers and of the importance of local news brands to their communities during a Westminster Media Forum conference on the future of news this week...