The Washington Post says it has signed French newspaper Le Parisien to its Arc Publishing platform.
Key trends and digital transformation is the topic for Kalli Purie, a speaker at next month's Digital Media India 2018 event.
Hong Kong's tough line on illicit TV boxes has been underlined with the jailing of three people involved in the practice.
A predictive function in EidosMedia's Smart update creates a 'what if' modelling scenario to assess the impact of changes in newsroom resources and processes.
Fairfax Media has upgraded circulation and distribution of its metro newspapers to a cloud-based Newscycle system.
A web CMS that pushes social media and rewards its citizen journalist contributors has emerged from Nashville-based Bondware Web Solutions.
Viewers of Seven's coverage of the Sydney Hobart yacht race yesterday had a preview of the next big TV yachting event... SuperFoiler racing.
More complaints were made to Australia's Advertising Standards Bureau, but of the top ten 'most complained about ads' only four complaints were upheld.
Having taken control of content, Australian football codes are delving deeper into ad tech to exploit new revenue as the golden days of multimillion TV rights deals potentially recede.
Australia's Listed@ASX branded app has migrated to Twixl Publisher in a high-profile departure from Adobe's DPS.
Figures from App Annie show the degree to which the Chinese mobile app economy towers over all others.
The Washington Post's Arc Publishing publishing software business unit has launched a new white label app, with Canadian customer the Globe and Mail the first implementation.
An audience delivered via YouTube now supports the blue water dreams of a few with the imagination to exploit it.
With the rapid advances in technology, people can tune into their favourite OTT platforms anytime and anywhere, but how do you meet demand for such content.
More than three decades since it was founded, and almost that since the birth of its best-known child, Adobe continues to amaze.
TownNews.com and Brainworks Software will work together to offer their product lines, with the promise of tighter integration in the future.
Scottish publisher DC Thomson Media is replacing a print-centric classified system with a new wholly web services-based system to allow all sales staff to sell any kind of ad, print or digital.
Danish business newspaper Børsen is replacing three publishing systems with a single-platform solution for content creation and distribution.
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