Journalists of The Desert Sun voted overwhelmingly in favor of unionizing as part of The NewsGuild-CWA on Wednesday, in mail-in balloting that was supervised by the National Labor Relations Board. They will join the Media Guild of the West local.Continue reading “Desert Sun journalists win union vote”
Comedy educators at The Second City in the U.S. and Canada announced Tuesday that they are unionizing, with the Canadian contingent joining CWA Canada, which is part of The NewsGuild-CWA.Continue reading “Second City Comedy Educators Are Unionizing”
Editorial employees at three Gannett publications are standing together to fight for local news and address long-standing newsroom issues.
Journalists at three Gannett-owned New Jersey publications — the Bergen Record, the Daily Record and the NJ Herald — announced that they are unionizing with the NewsGuild of New York local on Wednesday. With nearly 90% of eligible staffers signed on, the Record Guild has requested voluntary recognition from management.Continue reading “New Jersey Media Unites and Unionizes”
Employees at the progressive news site Daily Kos announced the creation of the Daily Kos Guild on Monday, saying the organization’s management had agreed to voluntarily recognize their union. They will join the Pacific Media Workers Guild local of The NewsGuild-CWA.Continue reading “Daily Kos workers unionize with NewsGuild-CWA”
Employees seek to safeguard the News’ future by advocating for job security, equity, and a more inclusive and diverse newsroom.
New York City’s hometown paper is forming a union. The editorial staffers of the New York Daily News announced Friday that they are organizing with NewsGuild of New York. More than 80% of eligible staff are standing together to request voluntary recognition from Tribune Publishing, the News’ parent company.Continue reading “The New York Daily News is unionizing”
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.Continue reading “Loveland journalists vote union”
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.Continue reading “Journalists of Lawrence Journal-World vote to unionize”
Eight months after they announced they were unionizing, the workers at Wired have wrestled recognition of their union from management.Continue reading “After an 8-month battle, workers at Wired win union recognition”
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.Continue reading “Tired of watching co-workers come and go, Desert Sun’s journalists announce union campaign”
Just 10 days after the employees of AccessMatters announced they were organizing, they won voluntary recognition of their union from management of the nonprofit.Continue reading “Ten days later, staffers of AccessMatters win union recognition”