GLOBAL

Big line-up revolves for Ifra Expo's print, digital worlds

Big line-up revolves for Ifra Expo's print, digital worlds

Directors of two of India's biggest publishing companies join a broad range of speakers addressing this year's Ifra World Publishing Expo and DCX Digital Content event in Berlin this October.

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EU fine: US lawmakers 'asleep at the switch' on Google

EU fine: US lawmakers 'asleep at the switch' on Google

Publishers in the US and the country's News Media Alliance have come out in support of the European Union's action against Google.

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Bezos shares insights at La Stampa's anniversary event

Bezos shares insights at La Stampa's anniversary event

Any number of newspapers must have 150th anniversaries to celebrate: Italy's La Stampa made sure that its was an event to savour with contributions from Jeff Bezos, Robert Thomson and Mark Thompson.

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REGIONAL NEWS

Logic may yet prevail with a Fairfax-Seven tie-up

Logic may yet prevail with a Fairfax-Seven tie-up

We've argued for years that Fairfax and Seven would be good together, and been told, 'nah, it's Nine'.

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Ifra India: Hot clicks and dead kids in data contrast

Ifra India: Hot clicks and dead kids in data contrast

So it has come to this: Battery journalists "cranked up" by Chartbeat and reminded of their targets, "every couple of hours".

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WAN-Ifra India: Baby steps to push up the price of print

WAN-Ifra India: Baby steps to push up the price of print

Indian news publishers are taking the first 'baby steps' towards a more realistic monetisation model for content.

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COLUMNS & OPINION

Peter Coleman: Senate vote one small step for Murdochkind

Media law reform may have gone through the Australian Senate, but much remains to be settled, with Murdoch contingent apparently increasingly confident of their ability to prise control of Ten.

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David Chavern: The sky is not falling and print is still here

In 2011, the University of Southern California (USC) Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism released a study on the state of the media. Jeffrey Cole, director of the Annenberg's Center for the Digital Future, issued ten predictions for the futures of news media.

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Dietmar Schantin: This is how the internet works for news

When it comes to news, does the internet mainly serve as a distribution platform for major media or is it better for amplifying the influence of fringe media?

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BRIEFS

Age fan Hawthorne named for new Melbourne publisher role

Fairfax Media created a new role of Victorian publisher to its Australian metro publishing, naming editor and journalist Mark Hawthorne as its first occupant.

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Utko, Janz set for Inform event in Sydney

Designer Jacek Utko and Fairfax Media's Australian metro publishing head Chris Janz have been added to the roster for NewsMediaWorks' Inform summit in September.

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Rappler founder recognised with UNESCO report copy

A new report on journalist attacks by former WAN-Ifra secretary-general Larry Kilman focusses on what is being done to protect journalists and combat impunity.

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