BECTU is calling on the BBC to pause its Compete and Compare policy after the future of its Religion and Ethics department was thrown into doubt by the decision to outsource Songs of Praise.
Low paid workers fighting for the Living Wage at Picturehouse cinemas have received a great boost to their campaign. Their call for a boycott of the Picturehouse circuit, owned by Cineworld, has won t...
BECTU and the Writers Guild have resolved to boycott the broadcasters’ Project Diamond diversity initiative. Their press release is set out below.
Broadcasting union BECTU is demanding protection for long-serving BBC staff members who do not wish to be compulsorily transferred to an independent production company.
BECTU members at the Duke of York's in Brighton are to stage their first strike for the Living Wage on Saturday 18 March. The Duke of York's is part of the 23 venue Picturehouse circuit.
A plan to increase taxes on freelance workers has been condemned by BECTU, the media, entertainment, and communications sector of trade union Prospect.
BBC staff set to transfer to BBC Studios Ltd have today voted in favour of a package of measures designed to protect their terms and conditions.
Workers at four Picturehouse venues are to stage a further 24 hour strike starting at 6am on Saturday 25 February in support of their campaign for the London Living Wage.
Unions at the BBC - BECTU, the NUJ and Unite - have submitted their annual pay claim to the BBC, ahead of the 1 August pay review date.
BECTU issued the following statement today following news of ITV's plans to close The London Studios.
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.