March with the Guild

Come march with the Guild on Saturday, Sept. 9th, in the 2017 New York City Labor Day Parade. Join us for lunch afterward. Wear your Guild swag. Don't have any? We'll have buttons and shirts for you!

NY Guild June Media Mixer

Join Us at the Guild's Monthly Media Mixer!

Journalists from across the city met up at the Guild's monthly Media Mixer, which happens the second Wednesday of every month. There's always food, drinks, and good conversation. We're taking a break for summer vacation in August, but will be back with a blowout in September! Come join us next month on Wednesday, September 13.

Member Spotlight

Get to know Guild member and Law360 reporter Sindhu Sundar better with our 10 Questions.

Video: ‘Invest In Us’

At a time when reporting the facts means more than ever, the New York Times’s dedicated employees are the company's best investment.

Organize With Us

Democracy depends on journalism, and there’s no better time for media organizations to unionize.

Jack Dickey

Get to know Sports Illustrated's Jack Dickey, and why if he didn't pursue a career in journalism, he'd be a federal prosecutor going after the New York Mets. 


Hilary Russ

Journalist, Reuters

“One of the NewsGuild’s biggest strengths is that they understand the journalism business so well. We all want to do the best journalism we can. And it’s important to know that it’s not just about a contract… the Guild wants to make sure that their journalists are doing the best work that they can. And that’s important to me because I care about the quality of the work that I do.”

Richard Perez-Pena

Reporter, New York Times

"I've worked in non-union shops where the pay was lousy, the benefits were lousy, there was no protection from the whims of bosses, there wasn't much camaraderie among the employees, and people couldn't wait to move on. I know that I and the people around me are better off dealing with management as part of a unified team with rights, rather than as individuals with little power, who can be played off against each other."

Erik Piepenburg

Senior Theater Editor, New York Times

"So much of the digital world involves being on call for what feels like 24-hours-a-day, with a news cycle that never stops. One of the biggest differences for me and my digital colleagues is that the NewsGuild has our back, understands the need for a balance between work and life, and makes sure we’re properly compensated for the time that we work. Being represented by the Guild has made a huge difference for us."

Raised in Guilford, Connecticut, a suburb outside of New Haven, Jack Dickey came to the Big Apple to attend Columbia University. He started as a staff writer for Deadspin, then moved onto TIME and is now at Sports Illustrated

Monday, July 31 marked a sobering milestone: the day to which black women have to work in 2017 in order to earn a salary equivalent to that of their white male counterparts last year. 


For just about six years, member Sindhu Sundar has reported legal news at one of newest shops, Law360. Having relocated from Singapore to the Big Apple, Sundar enrolled in the graduate NYU Journalism program, which, she noted, marked an irrevocable career change. (After all, she studied mechanical engineering at the National University of Singapore.)

Are hate crimes on the rise? Reliable national-level data isn’t available (though the Center for Investigative Reporting attempts to track domestic terrorism) and reporters following the beat are in the dark about just how common the incidents they cover are in the U.S. ProPublica, Google News Lab, and a data visualization group, Pitch Interactive, launched...

Domestic and sexual violence are notoriously challenging for journalists, especially for sports writers. Those challenges were on full display earlier this month in a Boston Globe story about New England Sports Network television analyst and former Boston Red Sox player Steve Lyons, who was arrested on a charges including domestic battery and intimidation of witnesses […]

German daily Die Welt has taken the strategy of countering falsehoods and hate speech with more speech to heart on its Facebook page. It began in the fall of 2014 with lighthearted, sometimes snarky, sometimes earnest responses to comments on its Facebook posts, ramping up the frequency of official responses from the verified Welt account...

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