IMPRESS Members have access to:
- Guidance on IMPRESS services and processes.
- Exclusive access to webinars and workshops.
- Special reports.
- Reviews and blog posts.
Latest resources updates:
[LISTEN] The IMPRESS Podcast - Episode #2
IMPRESS CEO Jonathan Heawood discusses "privacy" in the news with experts Paul Wragg (University of Leeds) and Thomas Bennet (City University) in light of the Sir Cliff Richard v the BBC case. Listen here.
[WATCH] "Diversity and racism in news and newsrooms"
Journalists Kurt Barling and David Leigh discuss gender, racial and social class discrimination in the newsroom. How does this affect the quality of news coverage? What concrete tools can editors use to make this better? Watch here (IMPRESS YouTube channel).
[LISTEN] The IMPRESS Podcast - Episode #1
IMPRESS CEO Jonathan Heawood and Complaints & Investigations Manager Lexie Kirkconnell-Kawana discuss the latest IMPRESS arbitration award. It also includes highlights from the IMPRESS webinar on 'Strategies for local news in the digital world' with Joy Jenkins (Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism) and Douglas McCabe (Enders Analysis). Listen online or downoald here.
[READ] "Discrimination in the news"
By IMPRESS board member Andrea Wills. "This year negotiating the boundary between upholding freedom of speech and opposing hate speech is very much in the news", writes Andrea. What does the 'Discrimination' clause of the IMPRESS Standards Code say? Read here.
[READ] IMPRESS Standards Code: Transparency
An overview of IMPRESS Standards Code clause #10.
Related resource: "Native Advertising: business beats news", by Martin Hickman (03/03/2016).
[READ] "GDPR in the newsroom"
By Will Richmond-Coggan from Pitmans Law. The impact of GDPR on four key tools regularly used in the newsroom: email mailing lists, email systems, comments by readers, and storing information on the cloud. Read here.
[LISTEN] "Are you GDPR ready?"
IMPRESS Webinar with IMPRESS COO Ed Procter and expert Will Richmond-Coggan from Pitmans Law. Download here.