Press

Releases

11/29/2018

Editorial employees at PC Magazine, Mashable, Geek.com and AskMen have announced that an overwhelming majority of its staff have joined the NewsGuild of New York, the union that represents nearly 3,000 media professionals in the greater New York City area. The employees are requesting voluntary recognition from parent company Ziff Davis, which is owned by J2 Global, and will form one bargaining unit.

10/24/2018

The NewsGuild of New York has been at the negotiation table with Law360 management for almost two years, and there’s still no contract

10/05/2018

On October 4, 2018, with the support an eight-person strong bargaining committee, the membership at Consumer Reports ratified an eighteen-month contract extension, which extends the current collective bargaining agreement (CBA) through December 31, 2019.

10/02/2018

On September 21, 2018, members of The NewsGuild of New York working at S&P Global ratified a new five-year agreement. This contract, effectively immediately and retroactive to April 1, 2018, ensures an 12.3 percent guaranteed wage increase as well as additional  job security language that affords career opportunities for workers. 

09/21/2018

The Executive Committee of The NewsGuild of New York—the local union that represents nearly 3,000 media and research professionals working in the New York City metro area—last night committed up to $250,000 to its ongoing contract campaign at Law360, the LexisNexis’-owned legal newsite.  

Statements

04/24/2018

We are pleased to announce that management of The New Republic has voluntarily recognized our union, The NewsGuild of New York, as our collective bargaining representative. We have reached an agreement on a bargaining unit that we believe is appropriate.

03/22/2018

The following is the NewsGuild of New York Statement on Meredith Corporation’s “Integration Plan” after President and CEO Tom Harty announced intentions to sell the publications TIME, Sports Illustrated, Fortune, and Money. 

03/14/2018

Today, Mic management agreed to voluntarily recognize the NewsGuild of New York as the collective bargaining representative of its editorial staff.

01/19/2018

The New York local is proud and honored to have worked alongside these journalists to bring union representation to one of the largest nonunion newsrooms in the country, and one with such vociferously anti-union management.

01/11/2018

A statement from the NewsGuild of New York on the Myanmar journalists detained for an outdated and unjust law. We loudly echo the journalists who are vocal in supporting Wa Lone and Kyaw She Oo: Journalism is not a crime.

11/29/2017

On Sunday, the Meredith Corporation announced that with the financial backing of Koch Equity Development the company will acquire Time Inc. There is a never an appropriate time to sell a trusted journalistic institution to a conservative-backed private equity corporation.

11/16/2017

Though the NewsGuild of New York is disappointed to learn of the potential sale of Time Inc. to the Meredith Corporation because of its questionable union history, we are alarmed that this possible deal is backed by conservative, anti-worker billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch.

11/03/2017

NewGuild of New York's President Grant Glickson's statement on Joe Ricketts abrupt decision to close Gothamist and DNAInfo. 

06/13/2017

The United States Senate is attempting to censor journalism and democracy's greatest safeguard - free press. 

In The News

11/29/2018

From Huffington Post | Seeking more stability and job protections, staffers have asked owner Ziff Davis to recognize their union and start bargaining for a contract.

10/24/2018

From Bloomberg | Law360, a legal news arm of LexisNexis, is threatened with a strike as labor organizers flex some new muscles.

09/21/2018

From Bloomberg Law | The NewsGuild of New York authorized $250,000 in spending to support lengthy labor contract negotiations at Law360. Staffers at the media company joined the union in 2016 but have yet to reach agreement on a first contract.

06/06/2018

From The New York Times | The New Yorker’s editorial staff members said Wednesday that they had formed a union, adding the magazine to a growing list of publications, old and new, whose employees have turned to collective bargaining during a tumultuous time for the industry.