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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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Hire prepares News for more active broadcast role

Changes which have seen Lachlan Murdoch become co-chairman of News Corp set the scene for Siobahn McKenna's new role as News Corp Australia's head of broadcasting, insiders say.

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90% of Aussies read newsmedia... and many shop online

New emma data shows that 16.8 million Australians, or nine out of ten consumers, read news media in January 2017, and 7.8 million shopped online last week.

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Survey backs gender equality in the news industry

A survey on gender equality in the news industry supports WAN-Ifra's involvement in the 'Step it Up' UN Women Gender Equality Media Compact.

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Millikin back in Sydney to head AFP bureau

AFP North America director David Millikin has returned to Sydney to head up the agency's bureau in Sydney.

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Be quick: government's $250k training cash runs out in May

Australia's Future Print project - which offers subsidised training opportunities to publishers and printers - has got $250,000 on offer before it winds up in just over four months

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Digital strong, but Aussies still prefer print

Print remains the preferred medium for the majority of Australians who read news media, the latest emma statistics show.

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Don't worry, be something other than a reporter

Stress isn't just about meeting deadlines these days, it could be about losing your job, CareerCast has decided.

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AFP tackles changing media scene with new products

Growth in video and corporate sales has prompted news agency AFP to make these its priorities for 2017.

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Programmers on a par with journos on job prospects

US job portal CareerCast now has computer programmer on its "most endangered" list... and it's only one place lower than newspaper reporter.

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Leaving print: Blackbourn's contract end puts him out to glass

Former NZME group director of property, print and production Dan Blackbourn is leaving the industry after a 36-year career in newspapers.

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APN's institutional offer raises $254 million

APN says 99 per cent of qualified institutional investors took up its placement this week.

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Crossmedia audience measurement 'a world first'

Singapore's Mediacorp is tackling the challenge of measuring increasingly-fragmented audience behaviour with a new partnership.

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Awards round begins with NSW art gallery event

Kicking off the round of PANPA awards in Sydney this week, here are the 2016 Advertising & Marketing Awards presented at the Art Gallery of NSW tonight.

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Behind the tech driving the La Presse+ tablet

A shining example of a newspaper transitioning from print to digital, Quebec's La Presse+ comes under scrutiny in a three-year review at the World Publishing Expo in Vienna next month.

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Last chance for views on News buying APN ARM

Submissions for the ACCC's review of the News Corp acquisition of APN ARM close on Monday (August 15).

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NZ merger partners add extra submission

While Australia's ACCC takes more time to consider the merger of two Perth publishing units, fears their merger might stumble has prompted a new submission by New Zealand's largest publishers.

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More time to consider Sunday Times acquisition in WA

Those with a view on Seven West Media's acquisition of Perth's Sunday Times have been given an extra week to argue their case.

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Subs on the horizon at Publish conference

Subscription strategies will be on the agenda at the Publish conference in Sydney in September.

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Retail expansion for Seven West investment Airtasker

Airtasker, the local services startup in which Australia's Seven West Media has a 15 per cent share, has launched an 'ecosystem partnership programme' with a deal with The Good Guys.

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NAA 'stunned' by investment block, hires innovation VP

A draft order perpetuating the 1970s ban on newspaper publishers owning TV and radio stations has "stunned" the Newspaper Association of America.

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Jagger's charity dive gets the jump on fear of heights

For an acrophobe, Mirror Group general manager and group newspaper sales director Neil Jagger is set to make a pretty good skydiver... with the knowledge that he is helping a favourite charity to ease his fears.

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First speakers named for Future Forum

Keynote speakers from Dow Jones, Trinity Mirror and the Toronto Star have been announced for Australia's Fuuture Forum annual conference on September 2.

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Still time to get PANPA entries in

Entries are open for the 2016 PANPA Newspaper of the Year awards, recognising excellence in newsmedia publishing in print and online, photography, environmental initiatives and production.

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Beatty in line for WAN-Ifra leadership

Chief executive of Daily Mail publisher DMG Media Kevin Beatty has been named second vice president of WAN-Ifra during the group's general assembly this week.

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