America's News Media Alliance has launched a campaign "shine a light on the harm to the public caused by fake news and the importance of real news produced by respected, trusted news organisations".
Editors and publishers in India and the Asia-Pacific have joined global colleagues to urge an end to US administration's persistent attacks on the press.
Workshops on key topics are part of the agenda for WAN-Ifra's World News Media Congress and World Editors Forum in Durban, South Africa.
Publishers in India, and the Asia Pacific are prominent among finalists in INMA's Global Media Awards announced today.
Writing off fixed assets in Australia and a revaluation of its half-share in Foxtel knocked a US$537 million hole in News Corp's financial results for the last quarter.
The second US customer for Goss International's innovative Magnum Compact press is attracting publicity following the commissioning of its brand-new US$10 million, 3300 m2 printing plant.
After working for the UK group previously and as a consultant on digital projects, INMA president Mark Challinor is going back to Trinity Mirror as commercial director.
After what is claimed to have been a year of re-evaluation, a European group believes 2017 could be the 'tipping point' for print media.
Reporters Without Borders, which this week called on Philippine authorities to investigate the fatal shooting of a local newspaper publisher in Virac, has launched a fundraising campaign in which children face the risks of becoming a journalist.
This is the chart that chills Australia's newspaper industry and provides a glow of satisfaction for publishers in India.
Industry majors KBA, Ferag, ABB and alfa Media are among exhibitors signed to "return" to the IfraExpo/DCX event in Berlin next year.
New distance learning initiatives and geographic expansion are on the cards for INMA in 2017, president Mark Challinor says.
The New York Times Company will play host to INMA next May when its World Congress of News Media is held in its TimesCenter conference venue.
Ahead of the 250th anniversary of Sweden's Freedom of the Press Act - the first of its kind in the world - media are being called on to support stronger protections for women journalists.
Fast apps and fast cars were the attention-getters at WAN-Ifra's World Publishing Expo in Vienna this week.
The secret to long life in the news media industry is innovation, and it is the crazy people who come up with the best ideas.
The circus is in town, and we're not talking about the colourful Roncalli big top, which was drawing crowds to Vienna's Rathausplatz today, fun though that was.
WAN-Ifra is to hand organisation of its annual World Publishing Expo over to a new joint venture with børding Holding.
After working with it on earlier projects, WAN-Ifra has persuaded Norway's foreign affairs ministry to back its media freedom efforts in Asia and Africa with another nine million Norwegian kroner (Euros 1 million).
Star Malaysia's R.AGE team - a "bunch of young journalists" producing in-depth stories and videos (pictured) - have been honoured again with WAN-Ifra's World Young Reader competition.
Recruitment classified is set to face new pressure with reports that Google is planning its jobs board following that of the acquisition of LinkedIn by Microsoft.
Next year's World News Media Congress, World Editors Forum and World Advertising Forum events will be held in Durban, South Africa, organiser WAN-Ifra has announced.
Former newspaper systems industry leader Jo Ann Froelich has died following a long battle with cancer.
Editors around the world are being asked to back principles to encourage trust in their journalism.
Audiences are contributing an increasing share of the total global newspaper revenue, according to WAN-Ifra's annual World Press Trends survey.
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