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Pat on the back from NMA for Australia's bargaining code

The US-based News Media Alliance has commended the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission on its release of a draft news media bargaining code, aimed at rectifying the imbalance of power between news publishers and digital platforms Google and Facebook.

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Smart voice response smooths customer relationships

Tennessee-headquartered Adams Publishing Group has adopted interactive voice response in the latest development of its call centre technologies.

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Another $10m brings Foxtel's women's sport subsidy to $40m

Pay-TV operator Foxtel has won a $10 million boost grant from the Australian government to support broadcasting of "women's, niche and under-represented sports".

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Google 'backed' thinktank that criticised ACCC findings

Beware 'thinktanks' with high-sounding names. A US-based group which attacked the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's report on tech giants' use of market power has been outed as a recipient of Google funding.

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How ACCC claims Google changed the DoubleClick proposition

The complex case in which Australian regulator the ACCC accuses Google of misleading consumers goes back to 2008.

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Chance to influence Newsroom Summit programme

WAN-Ifra's Newsroom Summit - which was to have been held in Munich from October 20-21 - has gone virtual.

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Last call as Asia DMA entries close with extra category

Online registration and entries for this year's Asian Digital Media Awards closes on July 30.

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Tender an opportunity to see how Emma shapes up

With major changes in Australia's news media market, the publisher-owned The Readership Works is looking for a new contractor for its print audience measurement Emma.

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Systems innovation wins German seal of success

Technology in use by the New York Times, Bild and Dainik Jagran has helped developer ppi Media to another Stifterverband seal for 'innovation through research'.

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Brightcove streams record webinar for Hindi 'wantapreneurs'

Guinness-scale world records have been crashing with two online streaming events confirming 18,693 attendees and 95,087 attendees, respectively.

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Pandemic drives Aussie news brand audiences to record

New Emma statistics show Australian news brands delivering the highest readership since the metric was established in 2013.

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Seattle wowed by newest WaPo product

The Seattle Times is the latest of 50 sites signed by the Washington Post for its Zeus Performance advertising technology stack.

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More News cuts as Whimn ends, Stellar merged

The carnage at News Corp Australia continues, with staff told that its With Her In Mind Network (Whimn) Network will cease at the end of the month, while Sunday metro inserted magazine Stellar is to be merged with Body+Soul from early July.

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Digital publishers to pocket 20% tax, ask for more

An anomaly exploited by News Corp in the UK to avoid tax on digital editions has been extended to all digital news publishers.

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Magazine readers coming to value printed formats

'Never know what you've got 'til it's gone...' Magazine readers may be risking a close scrape in their relationship with favourite brands.

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Fewer ads pays off for TV advertisers

With advertising harder to get, Australia's Seven Network is hoping to sell less for more in coming months.

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Ad tech upgrades delivers flexibility for WFH

Finnish newspaper and magazine publisher Hämeen Sanomat has gone live with Atex's Saas based Cross-advertising product to revamp their multichannel sales capabilities.

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Understanding the surge in reader demand

A new INMA report, 'News subscriptions in the age of coronavirus' aims to help news publishers navigate the unpredictable surge in traffic and subscription starts during the COVID-19 crisis.

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WAN-Ifra plans virtual discussions on post-COVID business

A four-day programme of discussions next month will focus on the future of newsmedia post-COVID 19

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Buzzfeed cutting news in UK, Australia

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

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Ideas in action as Google shares Asia Pacific cash

Google has announced recipients of second round funding in its Asia Pacific Innovation Challenge.

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News chases consumers' financial impact data

Research by News Corp Australia shows how people are abandoning long-term financial goals to survive the short-term.

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Flybuys deal adds audience segments for News Connext

Flybuys partners Wesfarmers and Coles will share data on its 8.7 million active members with News Corp under a new agreement.

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Senior or Seniors? News and ACM face up in over-50s market

News Corp is moving further into the over-50s market, confronting ACM's The Senior with the launch of a new 150,000 bimonthly.

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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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