Announcement:

Application Guidance

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The PRP’s main role is to consider applications from press regulators who want to be recognised as being effective.

Regulators must show that they are independent, able to protect the public from unlawful activities carried out by the press, and can provide prompt and proper redress if such activities are shown to have taken place.

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Frequently asked questions

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Q.What is the Press Recognition Panel?

A.The Press Recognition Panel (PRP) is an independent body set up to ensure that any organisation which regulates the press is independent, properly funded and able to protect the public, while recognising the important role carried out by the press.

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Get in touch

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We are keen to hear from and meet as many people as possible, including members of the public, academics, journalists, media owners, publishers, regulators, voluntary organisations and others.

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The papers for our Board meeting on Tuesday 28 June 2016 are available online. The public session will run from 9am https://t.co/FYuL60rEG4

Has the new system for overseeing press regulation been a success or failure so far? Share your views before 12 June https://t.co/EJtKdDjc5l

The papers for our Board meeting on Tuesday 28 June 2016 are available online. The public session will run from 9am https://t.co/FYuL60rEG4

Has the new system for overseeing press regulation been a success or failure so far? Share your views before 12 June https://t.co/EJtKdDjc5l

Is the press recognition system achieving its aims? Share your views before 12 June https://t.co/sIwV4C9zxI

Latest news and updates

The PRP’s second public call for information about IMPRESS’s application for recognition has closed. It ran from 4 May 2016 to 2 June 2016.The ...

The PRP’s second public call for information about IMPRESS’s application for recognition has closed. It ran from 4 May 2016 to 2 June 2016.The ...