The Queen's Speech, due to be delivered on 18 November, could signal the next stage in BECTU campaigning and will intensify debate in the run-up to the general election.
Gerry Morrissey, who heads up the union's delegation at the Labour Party conference in Brighton this week, writes about the team's activity.
Gerry Morrissey reports on a week which has had the BBC's response to Digital Britain at its centre.
Sharon Elliott provides her summary of the 2009 Edinburgh International Television Festival.
Gerry Morrissey reports on his meeting with IATSE convention delegates.
Does the Culture Secretary's attack on the BBC suggest the Digital Britain consultation is a sham?
BECTU continues to engage on issues of importance to members on a national, regional and local perspective.
New rights to request flexible working arrangements were introduced this week. Good news for those trying to balance the needs of work with bringing up a family.
BECTU has delivered its messages to a variety of audiences in the past week or so: Put People First! BBC and ITV management, the Conservative Party and the House of Lords have all featured.
Gerry Morrissey welcomes BECTU's new website and highlights some of its features.
BECTU is the UK's media and entertainment trade union; sectors covered include broadcasting, film, independent production, theatre and the arts, IT and telecoms, live events, leisure and digital media.