Australia's Country Press associations will have the questionable benefit of regaining their traditional independence with the withdrawal of 133 Fairfax Media titles from membership.
After baring the follies of Australia's news publishers to delegates at this year's INMA World Congress, Melbourne academic Mark Ritson is set to face the local industry at the end of this year's Inform News Media Summit.
America's News Media Alliance is in the awkward position of having to ask Congress to allow publishers to negotiate collectively with Google and Facebook.
It may even be Rody Duterte's favourite newspaper, but the Philippines Daily Inquirer has lost none of its "first, fearless, and fair" edge following the election of the country's sixteenth president.
Australia's NewsMediaWorks has revamped its annual Future Forum with a new name, a broader focus, and "visionary thinker" Rachel Botsman as its headline speaker.
Christchurch-based The Star was named was named Overall and Supreme Newspaper of the Year Award at last week's NZ Community Newspapers Awards held in the city.
Former head of APN's Australian Regional Media business Neil Monaghan has a national new role with News Corp as the process of merging the two into News Regional Media proceeds.
After announcing a partnership with WAN-Ifra for Digital Media North America, US-based News Media Alliance says it will also partner on Mega-Conference next year.
A printed newspaper plays a subtle role in a short film produced to support the rebranding of Chinese-language newspaper Lianhe Zaobao.
Entries from Singapore and Fiji provide strong competition for ANZ publishers in this year's PANPA Advertising & Marketing Awards, finalists in which have been announced.
As Ten Network went into voluntary liquidation today, speculation continued over a likely ownership outcome
Peter Miller says he is "returning to his first love" as chief executive of Australia's NewsMediaWorks.
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".
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