GLOBAL

Jagran's Rathore joins roster for INMA World Congress

Jagran's Rathore joins roster for INMA World Congress

INMA has named first confirmed speakers for its World Congress, being held at the end of May.

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IfraExpo: Secrets to reaching millennials through print

IfraExpo: Secrets to reaching millennials through print

UK morning freesheet Metro is the point of entry for millennials with 44 per cent of its readership reporting that they enjoyed reading newspapers most days.

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IfraExpo: New sales are scarce, but German giants still fight for supremacy

IfraExpo: New sales are scarce, but German giants still fight for supremacy

Press conferences for the two German giants of newspaper press manufacture used to be a tradition of the annual WAN-Ifra World Publishing Expo.

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REGIONAL NEWS

News magazine look launches Guardian into a new era

News magazine look launches Guardian into a new era

It's not the Guardian you'd hoped for, but a workable solution to living within its means and taking advantage of the commoditised market for newspaper printing.

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Crinkling News faces closure... again

Crinkling News faces closure... again

Eight months after raising more than $200,000 to fund its publication, Australian children's newspaper Crinkling News is again staring over the edge of a precipice.

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Wilkins gets a not-so-new job in familiar surroundings

Wilkins gets a not-so-new job in familiar surroundings

Newspaper production environmental expert Dr Tony Wilkins has a new job, working for a different organisation and a new boss. But that may be all that's changing.

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COLUMNS & OPINION

Sumaiya Omar: Five technologies catapulting the media industry into the future

The year 2020 is just a couple of years away, and technologies are aligning for a perfect storm that could either make or break established media houses.

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Peter Coleman: Year-end that punctuates Murdochs' media moves

It's not over until it's over, and it may take until New Year's Eve to know how the tussle over carriage fees between News and Telstra, its Foxtel partner in Australia, will be resolved.

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Kevin Slimp: Checklist for the New Year

I suppose any time is the right time to look over your newspaper operation and search for ways to make improvements, but the beginning of the year seems especially appropriate for such a task.

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BRIEFS

Back to basics - NPF plans First Amendment 101

With rights and freedoms under constant threat, America's National Press Foundation is reminding journalists and others of the country's venerable First Amendment.

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Dumping case duties 'could lead to ruin of small papers'

Fears that 'preliminary' duties in a US anti-dumping case could ruin many small-town newspapers, have been expressed by NMA president and chief executive David Chavern.

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Headquarters sale puts a price on Henry's Globe

Boston Globe owner John W. Henry has put a marker on the cost of the newspaper he bought in 2013 for US$70 million ($90.12 million) with the sale of its headquarters building for US$81 million.

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