A programme of commitment to its stakeholders and community has earned Jaipur publisher Rashtradoot a place among INMA's special COVID-19 response awards category.
As the COVID-19 pandemic is reaching its peak in India, Times Group technical director Snehasis Roy has outlined the moves the English-language giant has had to make.
There's a saying that "good news is no news", but during the COVID-19 pandemic, four Nine platforms in Australia are tapping a need for "some light alongside the shade" in their coverage... and welcome.
Officially opened only in February, New Zealand's "letterpress in the city" Wellington Centre for Book Arts has had to suspend opening hours during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Global newsmedia organisation WAN-Ifra has put together a list of journalism emergency funds around the world.
Almost two-thirds of the $50 million PING support for Australian media announced today is funds already promised two years ago.
As media giant NZME shuts publications and lays off staff, New Zealand's major publishers are hoping for a temporary lifeline following a hearing in front of parliament's Epidemic Response select committee.
Four of Australian Community Media's print sites will shut and many of its 170 non-daily newspapers will be suspended as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic hits home.
Media associations in the UK and US are calling on advertisers not to block advertising from appearing on COVID-19-related stories.
When the going gets tough, there's a temptation to look to the Poynter Institute for leadership ideas.
WAN-Ifra's World News Media Congress 2020 in Zaragoza, Spain, is the latest casualty of the COVID-19 crisis.
Less than a week after the New Zealand government outlawed magazine production, Bauer Media has announced it will close its NZ business, making all staff redundant.
Three initiatives to support media organisations and journalists during the COVID-19 pandemic have been announced by Australia's Judith Neilson Institute.
Readers of 60 of News Corp Australia's free newspapers are to be herded towards a paywall subscription offer next week with the shutdown of print production.
If you haven't already seen it on the national broadcaster, here's the ABC's guide to working from home, courtesy of Mark Humphries.
New Zealand news media companies have gained a reprieve after a sudden and unexpected ban had shut down all but paid daily newspapers.
India's current 21-day Covid-19 lockdown has hit newspaper deliveries and readers who are worried about safety issues.
While many are addressing COVID-19 challenges by working from home, production staff at a Korean publisher are making work their 'home'.
Newsmedia in Australia's southern state of Victoria are doing it tough, with one daily and numerous weeklies pausing print production during the COVID-19 crisis. And in Broken Hill, the Barrier Daily Truth has become another casualty.
News Corp Australia has flagged job losses and short time, while launching a national coronavirus supplement as part of what it says is "the biggest single repositioning of (its) mastheads in living memory".
News Corp Australia says its biggest newspapers are being produced from home, and home delivery making a comeback to address COVID-19 restrictions.
Two of the most important events in this year's newsmedia calendar - INMA's World Congress in Paris and the giant DRUPA printing trade show in Düsseldorf - have been cancelled overnight.
Publishers in Asia have been able to draw on plans prepared for the SARS epidemic in dealing with the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
With its celebrated predisposition to toilet humour, Darwin's NT News had made sure readers aren't torn between options.
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