Eight times now, former head of EidosMedia Australia has braved mud, sweat and tears to help raise funds for the Smith Family charity.
Australia's competition regulator has started work on its inquiry into the digital advertising supply chain.
As the South China Morning Post moves from 'local paper' to a global one with more than 94 per cent of online traffic coming from overseas, it's building a stronger data culture with more data-informed decisions.
Dutch private equity company Main Capital Partners has taken control of content software specialist WoodWing after building a relationship over recent years.
Former Fairfax metro managing director Chris Janz has additional responsibilities after being named chief digital and publishing officer at Nine.
Telaria, which is merging with supply-side platform Rubicon Project, is to deliver a market-first cost-per-completed-view offering for News Corp.
Find out what readers will pay for and establish ways to give it to them.
With nine publishers shortlisted for 29 INMA Global Media Awards, India leads the honours list among the 173 finalists announced today.
When news comes daily of retailers no longer stocking newspapers, how to readers 'sample' news... and identify themselves as readers.
The inquiry into advertising technology recommended by Australia's competition watchdog is finally underway, with a second, longer inquiry into digital platforms just announced.
The Wire founding editor Siddharth Varadajan is among the latest additions to the programme for WAN-Ifra's Digital Media India event next week.
Executives from the New York Times, SF Chronicle, Torstar and Gannett will be among those leading INMA's third Digital Transformation Master Class.
After largely submerging its name behind that of its CUE brand, CCI Europe is to become Stibo DX, linking closer with its parent group.
Unruly boss Norm Johnston and News UK chief executive Rebekah Brooks are expected to join the board of the video advertising marketplace with its sale to Tremor International.
Back to bag the best news website category for the second time in three years, Manoramaonline.com has emerged the star of WAN-Ifra's South Asian Digital Media Awards competition.
Having shared funding with Polar of the Social Display ad format launched by subsidiary Unruly earlier this year, News Corp Australia has announced a local deal to keep the US company's technology to itself.
European newsmedia company Mediahuis has acquired 35 per cent of industry consultant Mather Economics.
A new editorial system for the Philippine Daily Inquirer will improve efficiency and profitability with the ability to share and publish content across group platforms and publications.
Don't call journalism content, a term "hijacked by bullshitters, propagandists fakers and the like".
Expert help and a defibrillator were close at hand when News executive editor Bryce Johns suffered a cardiac arrest on a Sunshine Coast beach.
A world with fewer publishers and more independent journalists is envisaged by media veteran Richard Gingras, speaking in Hong Kong last week.
More than half the 30 prizes in this year's tenth Asian Digital Media Awards were shared by two publishers.
Digital Media Asia wasn't many minutes old before Jaeson Ma had us all in his generation Z mindspace, wishing we were all xennials again... or publishing to them.
Protecmedia has appointed advertisement and circulation business unit director Alejandro Lorenzo its new chief executive, ahead of Manuel Fernando Gómez-Carpintero's retirement.
Newsrooms in India are light on skills and technology, according to a new report.
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