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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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IfraExpo: German studies put a view on robot writers

IfraExpo: German studies put a view on robot writers

Fundamental to the success of what, for the lack of a better term, we are calling "robot journalism", is the question whether audiences can tell the difference between automated content and human content. And does it matter?

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REGIONAL NEWS

Murdoch: No more print buys as stable 'struggles'

Murdoch: No more print buys as stable 'struggles'

After adding APN's Australian regionals to his stable last year, News Corp chief Rupert Murdoch has ruled out further print acquisitions, saying most of its existing mastheads are struggling.

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Digital newsmedia audiences level with print, says EMMA

Digital newsmedia audiences level with print, says EMMA

As many Australians now read newsmedia online as in print, according to new EMMA data.

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News audience is thriving, 'surprised' NMA proclaims

News audience is thriving, 'surprised' NMA proclaims

Forget what you think you know about news readers, America's News Media Alliance says in an upbeat new brochure.

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COLUMNS & OPINION

Nancy Lane: Digital VPs to CEOs - You don't understand us

When you put nine or ten top digital VPs in a room for an hour to discuss their pain points and challenges, it is a sobering experience.

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Peter Coleman: Enjoy London's free news while offer lasts

Hardly surprising that so few in the UK pay for news, when you consider what they get for nothing.

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Mario Garcia: When hierarchy makes a statement

Taking a look at a very special edition of Spain's El Pais: with a page one headline that extends all the way across, a rarity for them, but a signal to readers: this is a story that deserves the treatment (writes Mario R. Garcia).

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BRIEFS

Entries open for INMA's annual Global Media Awards

Entries have opened for INMA's 83rd Global Media Awards, to be presented at its World Congress in June.

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'Consistency' in Australian readership statistics

Latest Emma media data shows 70 per cent of Australian read newsmedia on a digital device, and nine out of ten do so on one platform or another.

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NYT 'builds 45 per cent' in Australian experiment

The New York Times - Australia's latest publishing import - is building readers and team-members, according to bureau chief Damien Cave.

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