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News magazine look launches Guardian into a new era
News magazine look launches Guardian into a new era

It's not the Guardian you'd hoped for, but a workable solution to living within its means and taking advantage of the commoditised market for newspaper printing.

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Crinkling News faces closure... again
Crinkling News faces closure... again

Eight months after raising more than $200,000 to fund its publication, Australian children's newspaper Crinkling News is again staring over the edge of a precipice.

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Wilkins gets a not-so-new job in familiar surroundings
Wilkins gets a not-so-new job in familiar surroundings

Newspaper production environmental expert Dr Tony Wilkins has a new job, working for a different organisation and a new boss. But that may be all that's changing.

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Deals are up, but newspaper values a fraction of 2007
Deals are up, but newspaper values a fraction of 2007

It's been a busy year for buying and selling newspapers in the US, with 16 buyers, and 40 dailies changing hands.

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Lokmat launches into New Delhi... and second century
Lokmat launches into New Delhi... and second century

Marathi-language giant Lokmat has celebrated the start of its centenary year with the launch of a print edition for New Delhi.

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America East panellists air US industry challenges
America East panellists air US industry challenges

A candid conversation about newsmedia's challenges is set to be a highlight of this year's America East conference on March 12.

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Storytellers honoured as Express celebrates its founder
Storytellers honoured as Express celebrates its founder

Storytellers in print and broadcast were honoured in the Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism presented on December 20.

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New categories broaden SOPA editorial awards
New categories broaden SOPA editorial awards

When this year's SOPA Awards for Editorial Excellence are presented in Hong Kong in June, two new categories will reflect the changing nature of publishing.

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Myanmar journalist honoured as country waits for press freedoms
Myanmar journalist honoured as country waits for press freedoms

Myanmar journalist Mratt Kyaw Thu has been awarded this year's Kate Webb Prize for his coverage of ethnic strife in the country.

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NZ readers may be worse off for High Court decision
NZ readers may be worse off for High Court decision

When scale is strength in the battle against Google, Facebook, Apple and now Amazon, the New Zealand High Court may be unwittingly siding with the big boys in its decision to block the merger of NZME and Fairfax in that country.

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Fairfax partnering rivals on ad booking and identity
Fairfax partnering rivals on ad booking and identity

Two developments in a week are set to change the way digital advertising works in Australia, with Fairfax Media partnering both arch-rival News Corp and Google.

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NZ names Voyager to Media Awards as Canon steps back
NZ names Voyager to Media Awards as Canon steps back

New Zealand's Newspaper Publishers' Association has named ISP Voyager as the new naming sponsor of its annual Media Awards following Canon's decision to step down.

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Australia adds tax and copyright to pressure on duopoly
Australia adds tax and copyright to pressure on duopoly

The ACCC probe into the influence of Google and Facebook - part of the deal agreed with minority NXT members to get media law reform through parliament - is one of several Australian moves adding pressure on the duopoly.

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News cuts 111-year-old Manly Daily to biweekly
News cuts 111-year-old Manly Daily to biweekly

Just as the iconic Women's Weekly is no longer a weekly, News Corp Australia's Manly Daily will soon no longer be a daily.

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Looks like cash: News spruiks $2 bn Brisbane hub plan
Looks like cash: News spruiks $2 bn Brisbane hub plan

News Corp's Brisbane headquarters are to be at the heart of a $2 billion plan to redevelop the city's Bowen Hills district.

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Murdoch: No more print buys as stable 'struggles'
Murdoch: No more print buys as stable 'struggles'

After adding APN's Australian regionals to his stable last year, News Corp chief Rupert Murdoch has ruled out further print acquisitions, saying most of its existing mastheads are struggling.

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Digital newsmedia audiences level with print, says EMMA
Digital newsmedia audiences level with print, says EMMA

As many Australians now read newsmedia online as in print, according to new EMMA data.

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News audience is thriving, 'surprised' NMA proclaims
News audience is thriving, 'surprised' NMA proclaims

Forget what you think you know about news readers, America's News Media Alliance says in an upbeat new brochure.

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Australia's Inform Summit back to Hilton in 2018
Australia's Inform Summit back to Hilton in 2018

NewsMediaWorks has named the date for next year's Inform News Media Summit.

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More from NSW join Australian Media Hall of Fame
More from NSW join Australian Media Hall of Fame

As the Melbourne Press Club's Media Hall of Fame becomes national, 51 NSW "late and living legends of journalism" have been added to the 30 pioneers honoured in June.

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Fairfax gives up on six Sydney suburbans
Fairfax gives up on six Sydney suburbans

Six newspapers in contested northwest Sydney suburbs are to fold as Fairfax Media declares them "no longer commercially sustainable".

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ABC 'not to blame' for News, Fairfax woes, says Guthrie
ABC 'not to blame' for News, Fairfax woes, says Guthrie

Attacking the national broadcaster "does not constitute a viable business model", ABC managing director Michelle Guthrie has told News Corp's executive chairman Michael Miller and the chiefs of the Nine and Ten TV networks.

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Xenophon negotiates for regional press... and he's off
Xenophon negotiates for regional press... and he's off

There's an irony that just as Australian publishers are looking to implement the package of benefits won for them by Nick Xenophon, the man who negotiated them has announced he is getting out of the Senate.

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Limited places for November Copy School in Sydney
Limited places for November Copy School in Sydney

Tutors for this year's Sydney Copy School have been named as applications for the limited entry open.

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New NMA web page provides resources to check 'real news'
New NMA web page provides resources to check 'real news'

Associations and journalism schools are being urged to join America's News Media Alliance in the second phase of its campaign to support "real news".

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