As journalists take on an ever-larger fact-checking role, the Straits Times and WAN-Ifra are working together on a conference about fighting fake news.
University-backed website The Conversation is the latest to push out the begging bowl for reader contributions.
Fairfax Media says it will "continue progressing" the potential separation of Domain while TPG and new bidder Hellman & Friedman conduct due diligence.
Days ahead of the INMA World Congress in New York, WAN-Ifra and America's News Media Alliance have announced plans for their own conference in the city.
Love is not enough for young people's newspaper Crinkling News, which had threatened this week's edition might be its last.
A parliamentary inquiry in Australia will probe challenges to journalism from fake news and the power of Google and Facebook following a vote forced by minority senators.
Unwanted Fairfax Media regional, NZ and VOD assets would be assembled in a new company, if a consortium led by TPG Media buys the Australasian publisher.
News Corp staffers who still miss the dulcet tones of former chief executive Kim Williams, can now catch up with him on radio.
Familiar themes resonated at the NMA's mediaXchange conference in New Orleans this week.
The inevitability of fewer newspapers in the future is a price New Zealanders should be willing to pay for not allowing their two biggest publishers to merge.
If Wednesday was one to instill confidence, today's final day of the Publish Asia conference in Kuala Lumpur brought home all the instabilities and insecurities which had brought many delegates here in the first place.
Mutual delight saw two Malaysian newspapers collect Asian Media Awards collect prizes from the country's prime minister at a gala industry event tonight.
There was a lot of optimism in the room today for what Publish Asia 'opener' Patrick Daniel called "trying times".
WAN-Ifra's Publish Asia event got off to a strong start today with a cluster of workshops and masterclasses providing an in-depth look into topics, some which are touched on tomorrow and Thursday.
After recently announcing plans to expand its events activities, Fairfax Media has sold off one of its biggest and best-known franchises - involvement in Australia's country music scene.
The inevitable has happened: After regularly holding Fairfax Media to account over cuts to its editorial teams, rival News Corp Australia has had to face up to the need to balance its own books.
Letterpress is back at New Zealand's Greymouth Star, 38 years after the newspaper abandoned hot-metal typesetting.
New storytelling formats, workflows and technologies such as VR are explored in case studies during WAN-Ifra's Publish Asia conference this month.
A kangaroo with no tail could finally be leaving the thoughts of New Zealand's competition regulator as it nears its new May 2 deadline to decide on the proposed NZME-Fairfax NZ merger.
Reports suggest US private equity firm TPG may have taken its holding in Fairfax Media close to the five per cent allowed without foreign investment approval.
Having "redefined" its business in 2016, former newspaper publisher APN News & Media is getting around to changing its name.
The name of giant US$70 billion private equity company TPG Capital is the latest of many to be mentioned as a possible buyer for Australia's Fairfax Media.
Two of News Corp Australasia's top female executives - Alisa Bowen and Susan Panuccio - are heading Stateside.
A 'women in news' workshop in Yangon was one of a series in WAN-Ifra's Media Freedom and Democracy programme to be held in Myanmar, Cambodia and Vietnam with funding from the Norwegian Foreign Ministry.
Is Alibaba founder Jack Ma coming after Fairfax? Freelance journalist and self-confessed Sydney Swans tragic Michael Sainsbury thinks so.
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