Survey on media regulation in UK

Mike Jempson, Director of the media ethics charity MediaWise

Our colleague Mike Jempson, Director of the media ethics charity MediaWise and lecturer at the University of the West of England, department of journalism as well as a great trade unionist, has requested  circulating this link among journalists working in UK. 

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He and the comparative media accountability research project MediaAct are conducting a 14-nation survey of journalists’ attitudes about the future of media regulation. They need UK journalists to fill it in and complete the survey.

Please don’t be put off, this is a chance to speak your mind – it should take less than 15 minutes and could have a lasting impact. 

Here is the link to the survey http://ww3.unipark.de/uc/mediaact_uk

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