Updated Jan. 29, 2021.
Journalists at the Reporter-Herald in Loveland, CO, voted in favor of unionizing with The NewsGuild-CWA as members of the Denver Local 37074 on Tuesday, becoming the first unionized newsroom in the state since the 1940s.
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The journalists of the Lawrence Journal-World voted in favor of forming a union in balloting that was counted Monday via Zoom by the National Labor Relations Board.
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Eight months after they announced they were unionizing, the workers at Wired have wrestled recognition of their union from management.
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Tired of a constant cycle of layoffs and buyouts and determined to do something about it, journalists of the award-winning The Desert Sun announced Thursday that they are forming a union.
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Just 10 days after the employees of AccessMatters announced they were organizing, they won voluntary recognition of their union from management of the nonprofit.
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Journalists at four Washington state newspapers owned by the McClatchy Company announced Wednesday they are unionizing. More than 90 percent of reporters, visual journalists and digital staff have signed cards indicating they want representation as part of the Pacific Northwest Local of The NewsGuild-CWA, organizers said. The publications are The News Tribune, The Olympian, The Bellingham Herald and the Tri-City Herald.
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Journalists at the Austin American-Statesman and its six community newspapers announced Wednesday that they are taking steps to unionize the 150-year-old institution.
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It’s official! The workers of Verso Books have won voluntary union recognition from management of the publishing house after an arbitrator certified on Dec. 8 that a majority of employees in the unit had signed cards indicating support for joining the Washington-Baltimore Local of The NewsGuild-CWA. Management had agreed in principle to grant voluntary recognition late last month.
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The employees of AccessMatters, a Philadelphia nonprofit that provides sexual and reproductive health care services to marginalized populations across Pennsylvania, announced Monday that they are unionizing with The NewsGuild. They will join the Philadelphia local.
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Staffers at four renowned media brands – Entertainment Weekly, Martha Stewart Living, Shape Magazine and PeopleTV – announced on Thursday that they are forming a union.
They are seeking to join their Guild-represented colleagues at PEOPLE magazine, and have asked the Meredith Corporation, which owns the publications, to voluntarily recognize them as a single bargaining unit of The NewsGuild of New York local.
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