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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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Ad drop blamed as SPH cuts TNP at weekends

With rival weekend daily off the streets since April, Singapore Press Holdings is cutting the weekend edition of its The New Paper.

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News cuts ABC and CAB to focus on EMMA stats

News Corp Australia is abandoning 'traditional' circulation and audience reporting in favour of the EMMA metric it helped establish four years ago.

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Responsibilities with going native, says report

Native advertising is set to account for a third of advertising in three years, according to a new INMA/NAI report.

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Asian Media Awards call for entries

Entries are being invited for the 2018 Asian Media Awards, ahead of next year's Publish Asia event in Bali.

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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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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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ACCC looks at Murdoch/Gordon acquisition of Ten

How do you feel about News Corp co-chairman Lachlan Murdoch being part-owner of a reincarnated Ten television network?

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News chooses Adelaide for call 'centre of excellence'

Up to 120 staff may lose their jobs as News Corp Australia consolidates Sydney and Melbourne contact centres into a single 'centre of excellence' in Adelaide.

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'No fee for paper' legislation complicated, says government

Legislation preventing Australian companies from charging extra for sending communications by post will require careful drafting, a government assistant minister has said.

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More time to get PANPA entries in

Closing date for this year's PANPA Newspaper of the Year awards has been extended.

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Google funds WAN-Ifra to launch learning platform

A new online learning platform will help media management develop new business models, train top talent and "pragmatically" accelerate digital transformation.

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Billboard behemoths pull out of merger

APN Outdoor and oOh!media have agreed to go on competing with each other after the ACCC indicated it was against a merger.

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Online growth troubles would-be out-of-home partners

APN Outdoor - no connection with the radio and one-time newspaper business now changing its name to HT&E - has not given up hopes of a merger with rival oOh!media.

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PANPA Newspaper of the Year entries open

It's time to start collecting copies to send in for this year's PANPA Newspaper of the Year technical excellence categories.

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Fairfax journos cry 'enough' after latest jobs cuts

While executive attention might have been on the NZCC's merger decision, journalists at Fairfax Media called a strike after deciding a new round of cuts went too far.

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VPN 'tool for journalists' in source protection

Virtual private networks (VPNs) are being presented as "the best tool" for journalists challenged by online surveillance by government and data collection by ISPs.

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Advertisers slow to respond on brand safety calls

Australian advertisers are taking their time to respond to concerns about ad fraud, viewability concerns and fabricated first-party metrics, with news media reporting a ten per cent fall in revenue in the March quarter.

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Fundraising targets go for a hike in gruelling two days

An old hand at the trail, Lodovico de Briganti is looking back on a Smith Family Challenge fundraiser in which he and his team raised topped targets by more than a quarter.

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