We've argued for years that Fairfax and Seven would be good together, and been told, 'nah, it's Nine'.
So it has come to this: Battery journalists "cranked up" by Chartbeat and reminded of their targets, "every couple of hours".
Indian news publishers are taking the first 'baby steps' towards a more realistic monetisation model for content.
The second meeting of Ten Network creditors has been moved to September 19, following a legal challenge by WIN owner Bruce Gordon.
Trust was a recurring theme for speakers at today's NewsMediaWorks Inform summit in Sydney.
Weekday and weekend of News Corp's national daily The Australian - plus its mobile website - won this year's top 'newspaper of the year' awards in Sydney tonight.
Mediacorp says the decision to shut Singapore free daily Today is part of a "digital pivot" strategy begun three years ago.
Sinead Boucher has been named as chief executive of Fairfax Media New Zealand business, to be renamed Stuff.
With the floor now cleared for Bruce Gordon and Rupert Murdoch's son Lachlan to acquire Australia's Ten Network, pressure is on administrators to give them the go-ahead.
It's the companies and people they work for that make Shailesh Prakash and Gary Liu interesting.
Neither Seven West Media chief executive Tim Worner, nor others from the TV and publishing group, are among those slated for the chief executives' panel at this year's Inform News Media Summit.
More than 35 distinguished speakers from leading news media companies around the globe will share ideas at the upcoming 25th annual WAN-Ifra India conference.
Advertisers and publishers share the realities of today's Indian newsmedia environment in this year's INMA South Asia conference, which opens on Thursday.
HT&E is moving into gaming with a joint venture to create Australia's first city-based e-sports franchise league.
The stats evoke an emerging nation, with 19 journalists arrested at work and ten this facing charges this year.
A very broad field competes for this year's PANPA Newspaper of the Year awards, due to be announced on September 6.
As India's ABC is reporting circulation year-on-year growth of almost eight per cent in some regions, there are hints of change in the way smaller newspapers are audited.
Newly appointed NewsMediaWorks chief executive Peter Miller has hit out at third-party networks which offer "little or no editorial standards or quality control".
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.
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