Front Page News

06/05/2017

Guild President Grant Glickson asks, "Why would the New York Times want to join the sorry parade of other American newsrooms that have cut out the last, best line of defense against errors: The newsroom copy desk and the eagle-eyed editors who staff it?" 

05/05/2017

Ana B. Nieto has been covering the Latino community in the United States for several years now, including the past three-plus years at El Diario.

05/03/2017

The Guild is pleased to announce the opening of nominations for its annual service award, named in honor of the late Tom Keenan. Each year, the Keenan Award recognizes the outstanding contributions of a Guild member. Nominations, which can be made by any member, are open until Monday, May 15 at 6 p.m. EDT

05/01/2017

An agreement reached by The Newspaper Guild of New York and the New York Times Company in August 1997, marked the first digital news organization to be unionized in the country. 

04/25/2017

The nomination and election to fill four Executive Committee vacancies were adopted by the local election committee on April 22. 

04/19/2017

Reporter Luciana Lopez has been at Reuters since 2009, after a stint at the Oregonian in Portland. Get to know Lopez a bit better with our 10 questions.

03/18/2017

Guild member Richard Perez-Pena has been a professional journalist for 32 years, but did you know he is also a five-time Jeopardy champion? We got to know Perez-Pena better with 10 Questions. 

03/01/2017

The NewsGuild seeks a Communications Director with journalism or public relations experience, as well as demonstrated experience within the labor movement.

02/28/2017

The Roosevelt Institute, a think tank bringing together multiple generations of thinkers and leaders to help drive key economic and social debates, has agreed to voluntarily recognize staff members’ decision to unionize and the selection of the NewsGuild of New York to be their collective bargaining representative.

02/27/2017

The barrage of lies and slander raining down on America’s journalists is having unintended consequences for the perpetrators: Subscriptions are soaring as news organizations pour resources into political and investigative reporting.