Buzzfeed cutting news in UK, Australia

Buzzfeed is pulling its Australian news operation to focus on the US.

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More JNI grants to support journalism during COVID-19

The Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas has extended its grants to support COVID-related journalism initiatives during the next few months.

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Coordinating help for independent news media

WAN-Ifra has joined the Independent News Emergency Relief Coordination in its work to coordinate help during the pandemic.

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Domain shares the gain when you share the pain... and gain the shares

If you own the firm, you're the one who benefits when you take a pay cut.

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From home office to home delivery, as new UK weekly launches

UK publisher Archant has gone ahead with the launch of a new weekly despite operational restrictions from the COVID-19 epidemic.

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Insights prepare advertisers for 'issues and opportunities'

News Corp Australia is offering advertisers and agencies insights on how COVID-19 is affecting consumer behaviour and product categories.

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Staff support gives Mildura back a weekly print edition

The Sunraysia Daily has revived print with a weekly edition, thanks to staff.

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Virus website scams lead to millions in losses

Scammers created more than 35,500 websites related to COVID-19 in a month, leading to losses of up to $100,000 per case, according to research by Atlas VPN.

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Chicken take-out takes out paywalls for Canadian readers

Canadian fast-food chain Mary Brown's Chicken & Taters is paying to have the paywall taken down on the National Post and 15 other mastheads.

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Why local newspapers deserve a government rescue package, too

Kristy Hess and Lisa Waller argue that local newspapers should be considered an "essential service".

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Atex offers free notice platform during pandemic

Atex is offering free implementation of a platform which shows what shops and services are still working, their opening times and how to access them.

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Webinars tackle print production, transformation

Organising print production is the next in a series of webinars from WAN-Ifra designed to support the newspaper community through COVID-19.

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Where Facebook's COVID-19 reporting cash is going

Facebook and its partner, America's Local Media Association have reported on what publishers are doing with the US$100 million it has put into COVID-19 reporting.

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ACM dailies unite with 'stay home' COVID-19 message

Australian Community Media's 14 daily newspapers have united with a single message to "stay at home" to help stop the coronavirus spreading.

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Facebook cash goes to help local COVID-19 coverage costs

Fifty local newspapers "stepping up" to cover economic and cultural impacts of COVID-19 are being recognised with grants from the Facebook Journalism Project, Lenfest Institute for Journalism and Local Media Association.

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Hunkeler event moves to accommodate DRUPA

The postponement of DRUPA has led to rescheduling of Hunkeler's Innovationdays event for digital printing and finishing.

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Crisis opportunity to build brand value, says report

GlobalData has updated its report on tech, media and telecom trends to reflect the impact of COVID-19 on companies.

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Coronavirus 'not to blame' as Fox Sports sheds staff

Fox Sports has announced it is shedding as many as 20 staff from its newsroom at the end of March.

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Resource desk, webinars help publishers cope

WAN-Ifra has launched a COVID-19 resource desk for news media professionals at coronanewsroom.org

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Big companies get free pages in information initiative

Major Australian companies are being offered press advertising worth a total of $8 million to help them make service announcements to customers, staff and suppliers.

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India too: virus support from Jack Ma charities

Two charities endowed by South China Morning Post owner Jack Ma have given 150,000 COVID-19 test kits to four southeast Asia nations and followed this up with medical supplies to seven more nations, including India and Vietnam.

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News publishers 'not non-essential', countries, states rule

With some debate continuing, Italy has ruled that news publishers and newsstands are 'essential' businesses, while in the US, the News Media Alliance has written to Mike Pence asking for the same recognition.

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Video customer event moves to... video

With health and safety foremost, Brightcove says it will stream its Play2020 event, eliminating the physical component.

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PacPrint postpones after 'losing its DRUPA gap'

Organisers of Australia's PacPrint print trade show have postponed the Melbourne events following the postponement of DRUPA.

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LMA's NY mission goes virtual, other events postponed

America's Local Media Association has cancelled all its in person events until July, switching it New York innovation mission to virtual.

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