English-language giant the Times of India created a new word with a unique version of an old favourite.
More local news outlets are launching, with a new Sunshine Coast News website from an established local publisher, and a new monthly for North Sydney.
Print is cool again at News Corp Australia, at least when there's 'Black Friday' advertising at stake.
A mission to bring science to a general audience has turned into a runaway global success for a small group of Australians.
Alexander, a new digital storytelling platform launching today with an 'all-star cast' is the creation of Australian-born film producer Cameron Lamb.
The New York Times says it will put "a unique lens" on Australian life and style when it launches a local edition of its T Magazine.
New Roy Morgan cross-platform audience figures put Nine Entertainment's Sydney and Melbourne metro dailies out front, followed by News Corp's Daily Telegraph and its Melbourne stablemate.
If your French is up to it, a TV commercial posted by the country's regional daily press association makes engaging viewing.
There's more to making money from content than simple e-commerce, with options including affiliate models and attribution marketing, a new report shows.
Last year's dramatic campaign for Australia's Heart Foundation may have saved thousands of lives by spotlighting the country's worst serial killer.
Launching a new national newspaper - at newsstands and online - during a full pandemic lockdown brought challenges and unique opportunities.
Solstice Media - which launched its InQueensland digital masthead in February - is weighing into the upcoming state election with a campaign emphasising 'balanced reporting'.
Recognising the trend - and the challenges - facing women who break away from corporate careers to start their own businesses, the Times of India has launched a platform to celebrate their success.
After its wine-tasting event business tanked during the COVID-19 lockdown, Aftenposten found digital wine tastings attracted an unknown audience.
The traditional wisdom of there never being a second chance to create a first impression comes to mind with the comments of Diana Lucaci.
Readership and subscriber engagement have boomed for News Corp metro tabloid the Herald Sun, just as its audience has been going through the world's toughest lockdown.
News agency Reuters has told the story of its increasing use of drones to deliver images and footage, "going where journalists can't".
A new INMA report explains "why branded content fits today's advertising moment".
Almost a year after its initial implementation, this Indian weekend brand is celebrating the success of a new look and a new approach to content.
Executives at the Times of India looked to classified, one of the newspaper's oldest sections, as a way in which they could help tackle social issues for the LGBTQ community following the historic 2018 court decision.
More people source news from the internet than TV, according to new Roy Morgan research... but they trust TV more.
Malaysian newspaper Sin Chew Daily is reporting a more than 90 per cent revenue increase in 2019 through a digital transformation project with Facebook.
Finding out what readers read, what keeps them coming back, and what inspires them to subscribe has been key to a project by Berlin-headquartered Funke Media Group.
It's a long road ahead if you compare - as they do at Schibsted - digital subscriptions with print ones.
Here's something you can't do with a digital screen: Splicing six double pages together, German tabloid BZ produced an infographic 2.35 metres long.
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