New publishing technology is part of Fairfax Media's plans for its metro daily newsmedia mastheads.
Keywee - the Israeli startup that says it can drive traffic from Facebook and other platforms to publishers' websites - has announced a move into the Asia-Pacific.
Clues of the tech newsmedia publishers will need to reach is implicit in what readers plan to buy themselves or others for Christmas.
Singapore's two biggest publishers have teamed up to create a programmatic exchange for digital advertisers.
More platforms, more readers on mobile, chat apps, websites or on social media, new content formats and outstanding news experiences... but what about the revenue?
Marshall McLuhan got it right and the medium is still the message, according to new research presented by UK industry group Newsworks.
Curated products and a "drop-ship" business model have helped Fairfax Media to 700 per cent increase e-commerce revenue in two months.
The role of community newspapers in Australia's "cities of villages" is emphasised in new NewsMediaWorks research.
As suitors run a tape over the owner of real estate portal Domain, it and News-controlled realestate.com.au are chasing each other on initiatives including mortgage broking and agent training.
The impending launch of an Alexa Echo device with a screen has the industry wondering whether this could be the next digital publishing opportunity.
Bauer Media, the German company which owns the magazine, gave up on Cleo in its native Australia, but the Singapore edition of the young women's magazine is showing there's still a spring in its step.
Batemans Bay, the coastal haunt of many well-to-do Canberrans, has been picked by Fairfax Media to trial a new paywall technology.
Two masterclass sessions at Singapore Press Holdings discuss Big Data and long-form storytelling.
Stats to support newsmedia companies' persuasive case to agencies and advertisers never looked so good as in the latest edition of The Works.
Yes, it's an amplifier, but have you ever thought of your newspaper as a ghetto blaster?
Some of the world's best news media was on show at WAN-Ifra's European Digital Media Awards in Copenhagen this week.
Privately-owned Australian daily publisher McPherson Media has become the country's first user of Newscycle's paywall solution.
Tutors have been named for the first Copy School of the year, to be held in Melbourne in May.
Fairfax Media's INMA-shortlisted Decoding Genius native content podcast for GE has been downloaded 142,000 times, the publisher says.
The New York Times - historically the "gray lady" - is finding new colour in Australia as it rejoices in an experiment it hopes it can translate into a new form of global expansion.
Print delivers authority and a medium to show off luxury brands, but its effectiveness needs to be measured in the same way as digital.
Video as a force for social change was to the fore among this year's Asia Digital Media Awards.
Ahead the tomorrow's Digital Media Asia conference opening, a handful of workshops tackle hot topics... and oh, there's an election going on.
The comics are light enough, but the subject of a new Dainik Bhaskar initiative is serious - responsible use of water, electricity and food.
Programmatic ad bookings have grown by a third in Australia, where digital advertising accounted for a fifth of newsmedia's $2.3 billion advertising billings.
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