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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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Streamed video usage up 16 per cent, says survey

Global viewers are watching almost eight hours of streamed content a week, according to a new report

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AFP works with TikTok to check Asia Pacific posts

News agency AFP has partnered mobile video platform TikTok in an expansion of its fact-checking operations in the Philippines, Indonesia, Pakistan, Australia and New Zealand.

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Complex mobile app features shown as Eidosmedia gets together

Innovative content management solutions for non-traditional publishers were canvassed when Eidosmedia customers got together in a second virtual event.

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Oval office-approved TikTok over here with TV campaign

Not only has TikTok 'slipped through the US net' with president Donald Trump waving through a minority deal, but you'll be seeing more of it on prime time Australian television.

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Adtech provider Adform launches new integrated suite

Sydney-based adtech provider Adform has launched what it says is the world´s first independent and fully integrated tech platform.

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Tech for fans and planners puts thrill back in events

As more events go virtual, a new Alibaba unit has shown how sports events can be planned and arranged, optimising positioning "without moving a single piece of physical kit".

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Fears code could 'further entrench' traditional media, as Google softens

If you thought Google were threatening to withdraw news from its platform if Australia's ACCC went ahead with its mandatory code, you must of course, have been imagining it.

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'Trees for prospects' promotion to grow CMS

As part of a promotion for its new ACE web CMS, Atex has committed to plant a tree for every new prospect it gains.

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Facebook should embrace quality journalism, says NMA chief

America's News Media Alliance has weighed in behind the Australian government, describing Facebook's threat as "simply bullying".

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Extension for digital entries

WAN-Ifra South Asia has extended the deadline for its South Asian Digital Media Awards, following heavy last minute demand.

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Replica system embraces Pine Bluff readers in an Arkansas tradition

A novel conversion process will see printed pages of the Pine Bluff Commercial in Arizona, included in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette until subscribers can see the digital replica on a loan iPad.

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Spring clean as News' supplement wakes out of Hibernation

News Corp Australia has brought its metro liftout out of Hibernation, rebranding it SmartDaily and upping series content.

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Digital awards deadline approaches

Registrations for this year's South Asian Digital Media Awards close in five days.

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Brightcove adds directors for remote video growth

The director of product management team for several key Google products is to join Brightcove's board.

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Chinese residents 'want Google and YouTube most', says survey

Research by a VPN service has shown that what most Chinese citizens want in trying to circumvent the 'great firewall' is to access search engine Google.

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Talent feel the cuts as Ten looks for new savings

If you thought Network Ten had cut most of its functional newsroom operations, news of the American-owned TV company's latest savings will come as a surprise.

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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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