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A Code Fit for the New Media World

IMPRESS invites you to contribute to the development of a new Standards Code for the UK press. This is the final week of IMPRESS’s public consultation on a draft Standards…

Creating a Credible, Workable Standards Code

As the consultation for the Standards Code moves into its final few days, we spoke to Peter Feeney, the Press Ombudsman for Ireland, for his views on what makes a…

Local Hero Category at British Journalism Awards Sponsored by IMPRESS

IMPRESS is encouraging local and regional journalists to submit their entries for the Local Hero category at this year’s British Journalism awards.  Entries close on 30 September 2016.

IMPRESS is proud to…

IMPRESS Introduces Independent Publishers to New Ministers

IMPRESS and three publisher members held a meeting today with the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport Karen Bradley, and the Minister of State for Digital and Culture…

Building Trust in a Digital World

At a keynote speech to the Westminster Media Forum today, IMPRESS CEO Jonathan Heawood described how independent regulation can help sustain journalism in the twenty-first century.

In the speech, Jonathan Heawood…

Responsible Reporting of Mental Health and Suicide

Over the last few months, the IMPRESS team have been talking to a wide range of journalists, publishers, charities, NGOs and other stakeholders about the ethics of journalism. We have…