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The latest media news from the regulator of 90% of the UK's newspapers and magazines


October 5, 2022 17 min

Teresa Parker (Head of Media Relations and Communications, Women's Aid) in conversation with Rosemary Douce (Standards Officer, IPSO) on how the media reports on domestic abuse and the available support networks for domestic abuse survivors.

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 Standards Officer Rosemary Douce and James Preston (Print and Digital Editor, Baylis Media Ltd.) on IPSO's new court reporting guidance, drawing on James' personal experiences as a court reporter. 

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March 23, 2022 25 min

Fiona Fox OBE (Chief Executive, Science Media Centre) on the reporting of the Covid-19 pandemic and her new book, Beyond the Hype: The Inside Story of Science's Biggest Media Controversies.

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November 23, 2021 13 min

Chief Exec Charlotte Dewar discusses IPSO' new report, which looks at how the press are reporting the pandemic looking at key themes around complaints and case studies. Read the full report here.

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January 13, 2020 18 min

Chair of the Editors' Code Committee Neil Benson and Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin join Vikki to discuss the recently announced review of the Editors’ Code of Practice and how you can have your say on  the rules which govern editors and journalists.

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Outgoing Chairman Sir Alan is interviewed live by Editor of the Mirror Alison Phillips on his five years at the press regulator. Sir Alan discusses freedom of speech, right to privacy and press regulation. Recorded live at the Law Society on 4th December

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November 25, 2019 11 min

Joint Head of Complaints Holly Pick and Communications Manager Vikki Julian discuss the rules around reporting for the forthcoming General Election.

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October 24, 2019 23 min

Head of Complaints Lauren Sloan discusses some key Clause 3 (Harassment) rulings and explains how IPSO can help with potential press intrusion

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August 5, 2019 22 min

Hardeep Singh from Network of Sikh Organisations (NSO) and Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin discuss reporting of religion, and Sikhism in particular. They talk about NSO's new guidance for journalists and some of the controversies and challenges of reporting on Sikh issues and offer advice about how the Editors' Code might apply in these areas.

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June 20, 2019 29 min

Rob Irvine, Editor of the Manchester Evening News at the time of the Arena attack, and  Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin discuss the importance of reporting on major incidents and how IPSO's new guidance for journalists and information for the public can help.

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May 21, 2019 15 min

Head of Complaints Bianca Strohmann on the rules the press must follow when it comes to privacy

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May 7, 2019 15 min

Lead Commissioner Commission for Counter Extremism Sara Khan discusses the important role the media plays in challenging extremist beliefs.

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April 1, 2019 17 min

What role can regulation play in supporting media literacy? Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin and Danielle Parker from the Readers Advisory Panel discuss the challenges of the media landscape and how IPSO supports readers to to make informed decisions about what sorts of news they would like to access. 

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February 13, 2019 18 min

What are the rules  journalists must follow when they are writing about children? Standards Officer Rosemary Douce and Complaints Officer Madeline Palacz talk about the specific rules that safeguard children's welfare, including those relating to interviewing, publishing photos and privacy. 

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December 18, 2018 23 min

We're joined by Lorna Fraser from Samaritans and Lisa Roxby from Papyrus Prevention of Young suicide to talk about the challenges of reporting suicide

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October 15, 2018 27 min

What are the rules on reporting on sexual offences? Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin talks about how journalists might approach reporting, plus advises survivors on what to expect if they chose to speak to the media.

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September 16, 2018 24 min
What are the rules around opinion pieces in newspapers and magazines? Senior Complaints Officer Holly Pick and Complaints Officer John Buckingham discuss what can and can't be done plus some key IPSO rulings including Allardyce v The Telegraph.
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August 29, 2018 16 min
Find out how to make legal claims against the press quickly, cheaply and effectively with IPSO's arbitration scheme, which is now compulsory for our regulated national newspapers. Complaints and Arbitration Officer Madeline Palacz explains the benefits and how it all works.
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August 5, 2018 21 min
A journey through the history of press regulation, from the 14th Century to Leveson, with Senior Complaints Officer Hugo Wallis. What can we learn from the past and what implications does it have for regulation today and in the future?
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July 5, 2018 23 min
We take a look at stats, complaints and monitoring of the reporting of the Brexit referendum, with IPSO's Director of Operations Charlotte Dewar and Head of Standards Charlotte Urwin
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