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Why the wannabes will want Sony as still and video worlds collide
Why the wannabes will want Sony as still and video worlds collide

One customer's decision to switch vendor is promising what - iPhone apart - may become the biggest impact on photography since the advent of digital cameras.

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New categories to enter in WAN-Ifra's South Asia DMAs
New categories to enter in WAN-Ifra's South Asia DMAs

Entries are open for this year's South Asian Digital Media Awards, organised by the regional association of WAN-Ifra.

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Big publishers - and some smaller ones - benefit from draft code but ABC is cut
Big publishers - and some smaller ones - benefit from draft code but ABC is cut

Media companies such as News Corp and Nine will benefit from a new draft code of conduct for digital giants, but News' nemesis the ABC would be excluded.

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More to WFH than a laptop and a Zoom subscription
More to WFH than a laptop and a Zoom subscription

Work-from-home case studies from McClatchy, Cox Media Group, WFPL and Skift are included in a new INMA report on its impact on newsrooms.

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Brief 'non-compete' period as buyers shape up for AAP
Brief 'non-compete' period as buyers shape up for AAP

A curious situation is emerging with the possibility of two AAP successors competing with each other for Australia's wire service business.

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Trigger moment: What happens with cookie phase-out
Trigger moment: What happens with cookie phase-out

INMA's chief executive Earl Wilkinson has penned a report on the advertising and data ramifications of the upcoming third-party cookie phaseout.

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'Google paying for app content, not search' says local chief
'Google paying for app content, not search' says local chief

Don't confuse news that Google plans to pay select publishers for news with the idea that they might cough up for the snippets which appear in news searches.

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Doctor leads analysis on revenue, and trials his own idea
Doctor leads analysis on revenue, and trials his own idea

There's a flavour of next week's World Media Leaders eSummit in the comments of news media analyst Ken Doctor in an interview with WAN-Ifra's World News Publishing Focus.

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Town News turns publisher as 'incubator' tackles news deserts
Town News turns publisher as 'incubator' tackles news deserts

US systems developer Town News is moving further into the content business with a new service based around 'news deserts'... the localities effectively abandoned by publishers and journalists.

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Brain tumour claims Naviga's Pete Marsh
Brain tumour claims Naviga's Pete Marsh

Publishing systems specialist Peter Marsh has died following a battle with cancer.

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Small publishers focus as spotlight goes on best digital work
Small publishers focus as spotlight goes on best digital work

WAN-Ifra Asia is looking forward to October, when categories in the Asian Digital Media Awards will be honoured.

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Gunn 'swimming upstream' as Australian's first female editor
Gunn 'swimming upstream' as Australian's first female editor

Michelle Gunn has added editorship of The Australian to her responsibilities, becoming the first woman to do so since Rupert Murdoch launched the masthead in 1964.

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Not selling, restructuring, as Miller names team for digital transition
Not selling, restructuring, as Miller names team for digital transition

Travel, food and digital subscriptions are the keywords in Michael Miller's blueprint for News Corp following the failure of its talks with Australian Community Media.

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Google 'like a newsagent or retailer who doesn't pay', says publishers' group
Google 'like a newsagent or retailer who doesn't pay', says publishers' group

Google's Mel Silva is "missing the point" when it likens its platform to a newsagent or retailer, NewsMediaWorks chief executive Peter Miller says.

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Against expectations, ad sales strong in Australia, a record in NZ
Against expectations, ad sales strong in Australia, a record in NZ

In a market distinguished by offers and incentives, newspaper advertising in Australia grew strongly while that in New Zealand was the highest in March since 2017.

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Nordic inspiration in Euro DMA winners
Nordic inspiration in Euro DMA winners

Nordic publishers showed their strength in this year's WAN-Ifra IFRA European Digital Media Awards.

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News media industry loses 'generous friend' in Terry Flynn, 71
News media industry loses 'generous friend' in Terry Flynn, 71

Rugby tragic, raconteur and digital systems salesman par excellence Terry Flynn died yesterday aged 71, following a protracted illness.

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Top news sites shuffle, but trusted ABC stays at the top
Top news sites shuffle, but trusted ABC stays at the top

New research by Nielsen and Roy Morgan shows Australians turning more to online news publishers but wary of who to trust.

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Hunter poses a bigger than ever Challenge in eighth year
Hunter poses a bigger than ever Challenge in eighth year

Eight times now, former head of EidosMedia Australia has braved mud, sweat and tears to help raise funds for the Smith Family charity.

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The 'who' and 'what' of Australia's ad tech inquiry
The 'who' and 'what' of Australia's ad tech inquiry

Australia's competition regulator has started work on its inquiry into the digital advertising supply chain.

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How century-old SCMP is 'thriving' on its evolving data culture
How century-old SCMP is 'thriving' on its evolving data culture

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.

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New WoodWing owner to drive growth in brand segment
New WoodWing owner to drive growth in brand segment

Dutch private equity company Main Capital Partners has taken control of content software specialist WoodWing after building a relationship over recent years.

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Promotion for Janz as Nine consolidates tech strategy
Promotion for Janz as Nine consolidates tech strategy

Former Fairfax metro managing director Chris Janz has additional responsibilities after being named chief digital and publishing officer at Nine.

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Watched it: News brings Telaria's CPCV to Australia
Watched it: News brings Telaria's CPCV to Australia

Telaria, which is merging with supply-side platform Rubicon Project, is to deliver a market-first cost-per-completed-view offering for News Corp.

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Delhi delegates update on digital with WAN-Ifra
Delhi delegates update on digital with WAN-Ifra

Find out what readers will pay for and establish ways to give it to them.

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