Guild Reporter

Canada's 'Saint John 7' Inspire as Strike Enters 4th Month

Seven striking radio station employees -- five on-air personal personalities, a producer and a receptionist -- are now in month four of a strike against a  Rupert Murdoch wannabe in Canada's southeastern province of New Brunswick. The "Saint John 7" are inspiring union members throughout Canada and even globally as people around the world tune in to their online radio station, Radio Free Saint John.

Guild Members Casting Historic Ballots in Dayton

Dayton Guild members have just a few more hours to vote in their historic election for a new contract –- a quarter-century after they negotiated their last contract. Pictured casting her ballot today is Amelia Robinson, the local’s 1st vice president.

'Longest of Long Shots' Pays Off in Portland

Guild’s Overture to Investor Saves Maine Newspapers, Union Contract and Members’ Jobs

The story behind the story of how the Portland Newspaper Guild pulled a major victory from the jaws of near-defeat, preserving members' jobs and their union contract, and saving their community's newspapers from bankruptcy.

 

Russian Journalists Meet with Guild Leaders

Visiting TNG-CWA headquarters Feb. 8, six young Russian journalists had lots of questions for Guild President Bernie Lunzer and Secretary-Treasurer Carol Rothman about the role of a union representing media workers.

 

 

Deadline Feb. 15 for New Local Officers Training

Don't miss your chance for to attend the Guild's training seminar for new local officers, March 9-12 at the Maritime Institute near Baltimore. Focusing on the nuts and bolts of running a local, the training has proved invaluable to generations of Guild leaders. Register by Feb. 15.

Deadline Extended to Feb. 3 for Broun, Barr Awards

We're adding one week to the deadline to get Broun and Barr award entries in the mail. Because of delays in getting our new NewsGuild.org website up, we know some of you didn't get the information as quickly as we intended. Please make sure your entries are postmarked by next Friday, Feb. 3.

s.

Pages