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INMA tackles future of subscriptions

INMA's virtual Media Subscriptions Summit (February 11-25) will focus on COVID gains and new growth paths.

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Evolving IDEA calls it a day as mobiles win out

IDEA, organisers of Australia's Digital Show, have decided to wind up the association in 2022, "whether they've run out of money or not".

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Data the key as dailies look to double subs again

German publisher Medienhaus Aachen has coordinated editorial and subscription data, doubling the latter in 2020.

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ppi takes on project to digitise healthcare codes

Healthcare data provider IFA and ppi Media's 'Digital Services by ppi Media' unit are moving to the next phase of a complex digitisation project.

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When to fold 'em; Schwartz calls time on Pro titles

Publisher Morry Schwartz is showing he knows - as Kenny Rogers famously put it - what to keep and what to throw away.

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Google wants more changes on bargaining code

Despite concessions, Australia's news media bargaining code is still unworkable, Google says.

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Presteligence weighs in with page-builder module

Ohio-based Presteligence has announced an automated page-building feature for its My News 360 hosted service.

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Smith joins Brightcove at video's 'defining mioment'

Brightcove has appointed Jennifer Smith as chief marketing officer, which she joins from a similar role at Alfresco Software.

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INMA report points to benefits of WSJ print copromotion

News Corp units in the US are joining their antipodean colleagues in appreciating the benefits of a joint print-and-digital promotion.

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Agency ad placings show 'highest-ever' demand growth

Australia's agency advertising spend fell only 4.8 per cent in October, prompting Standard Media Index to pronounce that it was "well and truly leaving the COVID crisis behind".

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Three-quarters of customers 'feel they're being lied to'

A survey among 2506 Australian consumers has found that 74 per cent believe that brands lie to them in their marketing communications.

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'No brainer' to extend software arrangement

German publisher Funke Mediengruppe is extending its software rollout after completing a project phase for Hamburger Abendblatt's magazines.

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Labor support gets public broadcasters into revenue-sharing

Public broadcasters the ABC and SBS are likely to be included in Australia's proposed revenue-sharing code of conduct for digital platforms after all.

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47 minutes to read a privacy policy, but 87 per cent didn't bother

With terms like API, cookies and third-party data, you'd need a reading age of 17 to understand TikTok's privacy policy... but you only need to be 13 to sign up.

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More YouTube ads coming as platform keeps the revenue

Changes in YouTube's terms of service mean the Google-owned company will start including advertising on videos in the US, even if they are not part of its partner programme.

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Vaping 'science' features test issue of what's advertising

The issue of what's advertising and what's not is in question after the Australian Council on Smoking and Health raised concerns over a series of Philip Morris-sponsored articles in The Australian.

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Race that stops the nation delivers a record for streaming

Streaming platform Fastly says newly upgraded POPs in Sydney and Melbourne delivered an increase of 1400 per cent in peak bandwidth for Network 10 during the Melbourne Cup carnival.

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Australia to push ahead with mandatory code before Christmas

With little comment on it other than Google and Facebook criticisms, the Australian government's media bargaining code is set to become law in the form in which it was proposed last July.

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Spotify buys 'podcast leader' Megaphone

Audio streaming subscription service Spotify Technology has announced it is buying podcast advertising and publishing platform Megaphone.

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Villani takes co-lead and permanent COO role at Ten

Jarrod Villani formerly with KordaMentha - the company that restructured Australia's Network Ten and took it through voluntary administration and sale - is to be co-lead of the resulting US-owned business, now ViacomCBS ANZ.

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Siri's Karen says, Take a look at the Whitsundays

You may be accustomed to telling Siri what to do, but what about taking her advice... and taking a holiday?

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Tech giants fall short on fake news policing code

A draft voluntary code to tackle disinformation from tech giants' group DIGI "fails to meet expectations", according to reports.

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New voice, look as Brightcove 'reimagines' its brand

Video platform Brightcove has launched a new business-focussed brand in a bid to distance itself from cat videos and UGC.

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Moody's buys Acquire Media platform from Naviga

Naviga Inc has sold its Acquire Media aggregation and distribution business to global risk assessment firm Moody's Corporation.

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Data shows TikTok's Australian lift-off

New data shows that almost 2.5 million Australians are now using TikTok, equivalent to 10.5 per cent of the population aged six years or older.

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