Media CSR (Corporate and Social Responsibility) Forum
ASA The ASA was set up to make sure all advertising, wherever it appears, meets the high standards laid down in the advertising codes. The website details the rules for advertising, and shows you how you can complain online, and explain how the ASA is working to keep UK advertising standards as high as possible.
The Broadband Stakeholder Group The BSG is a neutral forum for organisations across the converging broadband value-chain to discuss and resolve key policy, regulatory and commercial issues, with the ultimate aim of helping to create a strong and competitive UK knowledge economy.
The Creative Diversity Network The CDN is a forum for media organisations. Its role is to take joint action on diversity by facilitating organisations to work together to promote, celebrate and share good practice across the industry.
The International Communications Forum Founded in 1991, the International Communications Forum is a world-wide network of media people who recognise that they have the power to influence society for good or ill and who want to play their part in building a less corrupt, less grubby-minded and infinitely more compassionate world. In this way, the Forum believes it can help to create the moral basis of society without which democracy cannot flourish.
Julie's Bicycle Julie's Bicycle is a not for profit company established to find ways to reduce the UK music industry's greenhouse gas emissions. It works with science and industry to find achievable and effective solutions for the music industry and beyond.
Media Smart Media Smart is a media literacy programme, initially focused on advertising. Our objective is to provide children with the tools to help them understand and interpret advertising, so that they are able to make informed choices. Media Smart is designed for primary school children aged 6-11 years old. It is the first UK media literacy programme to run inside the classroom and the home using broadcast and written educational materials.
Media Trust Media Trust is a dynamic, innovative charity bringing together the media industry and charities. We work to build effective voluntary and community sector communications through a range of partnerships, projects and services including media training, a film and TV production unit, our digital TV station Community Channel, Media Matching and Youth Mentoring.
Mediawise MediaWise (formerly PressWise), is an independent charity, set up in 1993 by 'victims of media abuse', supported by concerned journalists, media lawyers and politicians in the UK. We operate on the principle that press freedom is a responsibility exercised by journalists on behalf of the public, and that the public have a right to know when the media publish inaccurate information.
The National Media Museum The National Media Museum, base in Bradford exists to "Engage, inspire and educate by promoting an understanding and appreciation of photography, film, television, radio and the web; using our collection and knowledge to deliver a cultural programme accessibly and authoritatively."
NUJ The National Union of Journalists is among the biggest and best-established journalists' unions in the world, with 35,000 members. These members cover the whole range of editorial work – staff and freelance, writers and reporters, editors and sub-editors, photographers and illustrators, working in broadcasting, newspapers, magazines, books, on the internet and in public relations.
Ofcom Ofcom is the independent regulator and competition authority for the UK communications industries, with responsibilities across television, radio, telecommunications and wireless communications services.
Skillset Skillset is the national training organisation for broadcast, film, video and multimedia. Details of training available, funding and research, and careers pack can be found on their website.
Sense about Science Sense About Science is an independent charitable trust. We respond to the misrepresentation of science and scientific evidence on issues that matter to society, from scares about plastic bottles, fluoride and the MMR vaccine to controversies about genetic modification, stem cell research and radiation.