A staggering 56 of the 195 INMA Global Media Awards finalists named today come from the Asia-Pacific, most of them from Australia and India.
Three Indians, three Australians and a Kiwi are among speakers at INMA's World Congress of News Media at the end of May.
A new study by the UK's Newsworks and Association for Online Publishing indicates that the part of the brain that processes words and detail registers ads on premium news sites 42 per cent more than if they were on social media.
Australian publishers' group NewsMediaWorks has fallen in behind Rupert Murdoch's call for Facebook to pay a 'carriage fee' for use of their content.
INMA has named first confirmed speakers for its World Congress, being held at the end of May.
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.
Press conferences for the two German giants of newspaper press manufacture used to be a tradition of the annual WAN-Ifra World Publishing Expo.
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?
Launching the DCX/Ifra expo conference programme with a bang, three keynoters gave their take on publishing in challenging times.
It was "the Ifra", but somehow not as you know it. The newly-partnered World Publishing Expo and DCX Digital Content Expo opened on Tuesday with a pragmatic reformatting of what remains the world's premier newspaper trade show.
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.
Publishers in the US and the country's News Media Alliance have come out in support of the European Union's action against Google.
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.
Facebook has issued new guidance for journalists on protecting themselves on the social media site.
Ritu Kapur of India's TheQuint.com and Singapore Press Holdings' editor-in-chief Warren Fernandez are among new board members of the World Editors' Forum, to which David Callaway has been elected president.
Trust is the new currency for publishers, according to the 2017 World Press Trends survey.
Exiled Turkish journalist Can Dündar says he comes from the biggest prison for journalists in the world.
Reiner Mittelbach, who was the first chief executive of the then newly-merged WAN-Ifra, has died aged 59.
INMA is heading for Washington next year, the first time in 28 years.
News Corp Australia's Damian Eales is in line to head INMA following the election of seven executives to its board of directors.
The arrogance and incompetence of Australia's newsmedia players was shared with the world when local Mark Ritson kicked off the final day of the 2017 INMA World Congress.
Top executives from NBC News, the Washington Post, and Time's LiveVR talked about how they are using virtual reality at an INMA World Congress session on Tuesday.
Australian and Indian newsmedia companies have emerged the stars of this year's INMA Global Awards, presented in New York last night.
It's time for "strong, durable change" in the media industry, futurist and author Amy Webb says.
Forget the battle for ownership going on back home, Fairfax Media's Michael Laxton has his eyes firmly on the future at INMA's 2017 World Congress in New York.
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