Top Indian publishers including The Hindu, ABP and Malayala Manorama are again among the winners of WAN-Ifra's South Asian Digital Media Awards.
Political and general interest publications are expected to benefit most from France's historic agreement with Google on payment for content.
A week after chief executive Hugh Marks announced he would be leaving the company, Nine Entertainment has bid farewell to its iconic studios in Sydney's Willoughby.
Only days before treasurer Josh Frydenberg is set to table the legislation, Australia's media firms have proposed additions to the bargaining code on revenue sharing.
INMA's Global Media Awards competition is open for entries.
ThinkPremiumDigital chairman Gereurd Roberts has hailed the appointment of Venessa Hunt as general manager as a "major coup" for the broadcasting and publishing group.
News Corp has launched the first of a series of new digital products with a rebuilt website for South Australia's The Advertiser.
Executives from Nine and News Corp in Australia will join those from France, the US and UK in an online international roundtable next month.
India's The Hindu has been credited with the world's best marketing campaign for a news brand in a competition organised by WAN-Ifra.
An increasing focus on reporting China to the world helped two of the region's biggest publishers to success in the Asian Digital Media Awards.
When a virtual Digital Media Asia opened on Tuesday, it was content as much as technology that drew the attention of the 640 registered delegates from 155 news organisations.
Australian Community Media data chief Robert Tidball is among 30 young professionals identified by INMA for its '30 Under 30' initiative.
Antony Catalano - who built up Domain before leaving it in January 2018 - is turning his attention to realestateview.com.au in which he and Alex Waislitz already have a quarter share.
News Corp Australia has recruited Rob Ure from Wesfarmers to a new role in strategic planning and M&A activity.
Singapore Press Holdings has struck a deal to sell News Corp Australia's News Xtend marketing service to its customers in the island state.
A US law which protects "interactive computer services" such as Facebook and Google from liability for user posts is "a government license to build rage machines", NMA's David Chavern says.
Eight Asia Pacific publishers will take part in a Google-funded regional 'subscriptions lab', starting next month.
A startup investment company which has the Murdoch family as its largest common denominator, is adding the developer of a personal finance app that collects data to its investments.
With the end of the consultation period on Australia's News Media Bargaining Code tomorrow begins a confrontation with technology giants Google and Facebook.
Luke Manderson has returned to News in Australia after a spell at its New York headquarters and with Barron's Group.
Google has started telling its Australian search users what it will do if the country goes ahead with plans to make it pay for content.
An INMA report urges publishers not to miss out on the COVID-driven "management opportunity of a generation".
WAN-Ifra has bowed to the inevitable, moving its scheduled Digital Media Asia event from Hong Kong to a virtual venue, and bringing forward the date.
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.
Entries are open for this year's South Asian Digital Media Awards, organised by the regional association of WAN-Ifra.
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