Press Gazette has been the must-read title for all journalists working in the British Isles since its launch in 1965. Today it reaches more than 150,000 readers a month via its website and daily email newsletters. Press Gazette also organises the British Journalism Awards - the only nationwide journalism awards to cut across all sectors of print, online and broadcast journalism. In 2011 and 2012 Press Gazette achieved eight finalist places in the Online Media Awards - more than any other title. In 2011 it also received the top prize at that event - the Chairman's Award. Lord Justice Leveson asked: "Who guards the guardians" when he set up his inquiry into press standards in 2011. Press Gazette seeks to do this, as well as highlighting best practice and giving journalists all the information they need to survive and thrive in a dramatically changing industry. Press Gazette covers all the journalism sectors: national and regional press, radio, broadcasting, online, B2B and consumer magazines. It also provides in depth coverage of media law and journalism technology. Today Press Gazette continues to provide an independent voice for journalism and journalists and endeavours to be the must-read title for anyone seriously interested in British journalism.
The Press Association is the UK's leading multimedia news agency and digital content supplier. As well as being the home of the UK’s national newswire - which supplies news to national and regional newspapers, magazines and broadcasters - the Press Association has evolved as a provider of tailored multimedia content solutions for a broad range of media and non-media sectors. PA's products and services span breaking news, sports data APIs, copywriting and content marketing services. Furthermore, the business continues to deliver high-quality video and images, hosted live blogs, media training, page production and TV listings.
British Journalism Review
The British Journalism Review is designed as a forum of analysis and debate, to monitor the media, submit the best as well as the worst to scrutiny, and to raise the level of the dialogue. It is published quarterly and edited by Kim Fletcher. Bill Hagerty is the current Chairman.
National Union of Journalists
The National Union of Journalists is the voice for journalism and for journalists in the UK and Ireland. It was founded in 1907 and represents members working across the media, in broadcasting, newspapers, magazines, books, in public relations, photography and new media.