Newsmedia companies could have a financial disincentive to reporting breaking news after News UK argued its digital edition was exempt from the country's 20 per cent Value Added Tax.
Having dropped use of the Fairfax brand, Nine is switching its radio stations from the Macquarie Media banner.
Family-owned Brazilian weekend paper Gazeta de Alagoas has returned to a daily news routine with the launch of new digital and app editions.
WAN-Ifra India's first workshop of the new year tackles digital journalism for print and broadcast journalists.
MWM says its activities in India have taken a big leap forward following the establishment of a development section for Print 365 in Chennai.
A new partnership to distribute and monetise a digital version of Luxemburger Wort has launched with new replica and app versions for mobile and web.
WAN-Ifra has rescheduled its one-day workshop on monetising mobile user traffic.
An interface to Germany's largest vehicle market, mobile.de, is among new features added to ppi Media's self-service portal AdSelf.
EidosMedia has appointed Stefan Bresslauer as general manager of its German subsidiary in Frankfurt.
Digital Media India returns to Delhi next year, with the 'who's who' of the publishing industry expected.
A new programme of courses for EidosMedia's Cobalt and Swing users follows on the first complete year of the company's EidosMedia Academy.
Australian news agency AAP has announced that its AAP Photos service will be made available on the Reuters Connect platform boosting access to its award-winning photographic content.
A new system to automate cash collection integrates with order management to handle queries and outstanding payments.
Spanish publisher Grupo RBA has followed up the relaunch of its Diário Online news portal with the upgrade and integration of classified technology.
Australian digital integrator Creative Folks has been honoured by WoodWing Software for a project for local automotive services company Harrier National.
A new cloud-based automated image enhancement service is being introduced by software vendor News Hub Media.
Australian consumer watchdog the ACCC is suing Google, accusing it of misleading Android users about data it collected.
Owners Verizon Media are reported to be ready for another crack at the Australian market with HuffPost, almost two years after the end of the joint venture with Fairfax Media.
Former Fairfax marketing director Robert Whitehead has shared experience in a new playbook for publishers building relationships with Big Tech platforms.
ppi Media has named Matthias Fischer as its contact for India, a growing market in which it already numbers Jagran Prakashan, ABP Group and Bennett, Coleman & Co as clients.
Swedish free newspaper publisher DirektPress has gone live with Atex's cloud-based Cross-advertising CRM solution
Strong support for the upcoming Digital Media Asia in Hong Kong has followed concerns about unrest in the city.
Media systems software provider Miles 33 has bought its Latin American and Caribbean distributor, Graphic Systems International.
A partnership with blockchain-based technology company Verasity will deliver expertise to the Interactive Advertising Bureau.
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