June 1, 2020 Shock and dismay cannot begin to describe our reaction to reports we have seen from around the nation showing police directing gratuitous violence at journalists. These reporters, photographers, and producers, were on the scene covering the protests sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Journalists and others have photographed […]Read more »
It’s unanimous: Post Guild members voted 181-0 on Tuesday to approve the 8-month extension to our contract that was agreed upon by Post Guild leadership and Post management. As a reminder, this agreement will keep the integrity of our job protections in place as we navigate the coronavirus pandemic, as well as: Grant all Guild-eligible employees across the […]Read more »
It’s unanimous: Post Guild members voted 181-0 on Tuesday to approve the 8-month extension to our contract that was agreed upon by Post Guild leadership and Post management.
Post Guild leadership and the bargaining committee is pleased to inform you that we have reached a tentative agreement with Post management to delay bargaining for now and extend the terms of our current contract through April 2021. This agreement would keep the integrity of our job protections in place as we navigate the coronavirus […]Read more »
Last week was rough, with a new wave of furloughs, pay cuts and layoffs of journalists working hard to bring essential local news to their communities. That means our work to #SaveTheNews is even more urgent. Support is growing for our news industry stimulus campaign. The NewsGuild is working tirelessly to build bipartisan backing. Our […]Read more »
From The NewsGuild-CWA Executive Council News-gathering operations are essential for a well-functioning society, especially in times of crisis. However, many newsrooms have been reduced to skeletal staffs and some have disappeared altogether. A bust of Joseph Pulitzer wears a mask in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch newsroom. (Photo by David Carson) Declining advertising revenue, leveraged corporate […]Read more »