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Report updates on robot journalism's slow march
Report updates on robot journalism's slow march

How far can automation go, as robots continue to take over journalism?

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Real-time ROI answers to make Nine analytics pop
Real-time ROI answers to make Nine analytics pop

A new analytics partnership aims to demonstrate the effectiveness of Nine's TV advertising.

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Gulf's best digital projects honoured at WAN-Ifra awards
Gulf's best digital projects honoured at WAN-Ifra awards

The Gulf's best digital newsmedia was celebrated in Dubai last night, during WAN-Ifra's Middle East Conference.

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Top Aussie creatives to mentor 2019 Copy Schools
Top Aussie creatives to mentor 2019 Copy Schools

Another world-class line-up of guest tutors has been arranged for the 2019 Copy Schools being held in Melbourne and Sydney.

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Seven West rejigs digital team as Dickens goes to Optus
Seven West rejigs digital team as Dickens goes to Optus

Olympic broadcaster Seven West Media has rejigged its digital management team following the departure of chief digital officer Clive Dickens.

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Mumbai focusses building with digital, learning from print
Mumbai focusses building with digital, learning from print

Delegates at WAN-Ifra's Digital Media India event in Mumbai were mostly predisposed to the idea that they must find a replacement for print. But it took an outgoing print editor from Canada to press home the message.

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GTxcel deal brings TV and magazine clients to TownNews
GTxcel deal brings TV and magazine clients to TownNews

Lee Enterprises-owned developer TownNews has bought the Rayos and Rivista CMS products from GTxcel.

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Emma to the rescue as banks seek to rebuild trust
Emma to the rescue as banks seek to rebuild trust

After the misconduct revealed during the Banking Royal Commission, what do Australians really think about financial institutions.

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Nine discovers greater savings and growth following Fairfax merger
Nine discovers greater savings and growth following Fairfax merger

With its core free-to-air TV market weak, Nine Entertainment has found plenty to like from its acquisition of Fairfax Media last year.

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ppi's Scheyda takes over development as Kasten bows out
ppi's Scheyda takes over development as Kasten bows out

Jan Kasten is leaving ppi Media, ending a relationship which dates to 2002.

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Telstra blew half a billion on it, now Brightcove takes on Ooyala
Telstra blew half a billion on it, now Brightcove takes on Ooyala

Ooyala - the 'next YouTube' hope on which Telstra burned half a billion dollars - has been sold to Brightcove for an undisclosed sum.

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Thomson spruiks audiobook regulation as News aims Kayo blow
Thomson spruiks audiobook regulation as News aims Kayo blow

It's been the big, round Kayo subscriber stats and the ongoing threat of digital giants grabbing attention when Robert Thomson presented News Corp's quarter earnings.

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Native's restless as Fairfax and Nine units restructure
Native's restless as Fairfax and Nine units restructure

Moves around the former Fairfax Media circle a common theme: The rise of native content over traditional newsmedia. And the rise of the segment's brightest stars.

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Tan ends two decades with SPH as Caroussel recruits
Tan ends two decades with SPH as Caroussel recruits

Su-Lin Tan is leaving Singapore Press Holdings after almost 22 years with the publisher.

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ppi Media's two managing directors buy out the business
ppi Media's two managing directors buy out the business

The two managing directors of ppi Media, Hauke Berndt and Manuel Scheyda have led a management buyout of the German newsmedia systems developer.

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New backers power next growth phase for Miles 33
New backers power next growth phase for Miles 33

UK headquartered newspaper systems developer Miles 33 goes into 2019 with new financial backers to support its plans for geographic and market expansion.

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India a major winner as Google YouTube shares innovation cash
India a major winner as Google YouTube shares innovation cash

Expect more video from a host of news publishers who are the recipients of Google's GNI YouTube innovation grants.

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SCMP recruits programmatic expert from London
SCMP recruits programmatic expert from London

Hong Kong newsmedia publisher South China Morning Post has recruited Ian Hocking from News UK as its digital director of advertising.

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Glennon joins Newscycle with MG2 reader tools acquisition
Glennon joins Newscycle with MG2 reader tools acquisition

Newscycle will add MG2's subscription and audience tools to its digital platform following acquisition of the Pennsylvania-based software company.

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Data fusion promises off-platform Australian audience 'first'
Data fusion promises off-platform Australian audience 'first'

Emma-rated newsmedia will benefit from an interim calibration to Nielsen's digital content audience targets, pending delivery of its full synthetic database.

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Seeking out loyal readers at Fairfax's flagship site
Seeking out loyal readers at Fairfax's flagship site

The "split personality" of one of Australia's best-known news websites, smh.com.au was just one of the problems that needed fixing when Jess Ross joined Fairfax Media in 2016.

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Print appeal, the ignorance of readers... and the China web
Print appeal, the ignorance of readers... and the China web

If you're in doubt about the enduring appeal of print, note the rush which greeted Rasmus Nielsen's limited offer of hardcopy copies of the Reuters Digital News Report he'd brought to Digital Media Asia's Hong Kong venue from the UK.

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SPH brands score with top digital work
SPH brands score with top digital work

Competition was close in this year's Asian Digital Media Awards, but in the end it was Singapore Press Holdings that prevailed with a 'lucky 13' medals including three gold.

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DMA Hong Kong: Change paying off, but it's not small change
DMA Hong Kong: Change paying off, but it's not small change

If Digital Media Asia's opening day was all about change, it wasn't about the few small coins I needed to get from the airport link to my hotel.

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Partnering Seven on cars, News is back to battle Cox
Partnering Seven on cars, News is back to battle Cox

Two years after it sold its half-share in Carsguide, NewsCorp Australia has announced plans to "innovate and disrupt" auto advertising in a new partnership with Seven West Media.

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