Articles

Finally there might be some good news about UK journalism – The Conversation, Dec 2020

CJP trustee Dr. Martin Moore writes about the “green shoots that could support the gradual recovery of public interest news” after the difficult first year of the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus is killing quality journalism – here’s one possible lifeline – The Conversation, May 2020

CJP Chair George Brock wrote this piece for The Conversation UK on charitable status as one part of the solution for journalism’s future.

Reform charity law to allow funding of public interest journalism – The Conversation, Aug 2018

Professor Steven Barnett and Dr Judith Townend calling for a reform of charity law to permit journalism organisations to register as charities.

Charitable journalism’: Oxymoron or opportunity? – Communication Ethics, 2016

A related article, also by Judith Townend. In the same journal, Jonathan Heawood of PINF analyses the establishment of independent regulator IMPRESS, and whether the decision of the English Charity Tribunal to award it charitable status “opened a way forward for charitable journalism.”