The National Union of Journalists’ research department is asking for information on new media salaries to contribute to the NUJ Pay Summit in November.
The study is looking at starting rates, what journalists usually earn per month, the number of hours worked and any differentials in pay between the earnings of men and women.
Newsquest Sussex has installed new machinery at its Brighton press to cope with a growing demand for inserts in its south-coast newspapers.
The development means inserts will be put in on the production line, and it also gives the opportunity for more stitched and trimmed inserts, supplements – and scope for additional contract work.
The Glasgow Herald has launched its own travel supplement, published on Saturdays.
It aims to fill a gap in the newspaper market where traditional travel titles focus on holiday options for London-based readers.
Bournemouth University’s BA (Hons) Multi-Media Journalism’s accreditation by the Periodicals Training Council has been renewed.
The PTC said: “It was a pleasure to see such versatility in your students.”
Deliveries of The Courier around Dundee are taking a new turn, with papergirl Fiona Reid making her rounds on a unicycle.
She inherited the round from her six older brothers and sisters – and completes it more quickly than they ever did.