SPH Magazines says it is "bridging the physical-digital divide" with pocket-sized subscription cards which allow readers to access magazines on their own devices.
What would South Australian daily The Advertiser have looked like if the internet had been around in 1858?
Top speakers from India and New Zealand have joined the roster for AIM Group's AutosPlus18 conference in London.
ABP flagship Anandabazar Patrika has launched a hyperlocal 'paper within the paper' to make it more attractive to readers in six districts.
Participants in a Bali masterclass were told to consider an exit strategy among options, writes Peter Coleman
New Zealand-based publisher Stuff is connecting with online users at a new level following its full acquisition of social media platform Neighbourly.
News Corp is backing print advertising with a marketing campaign which offers small businesses $1 million in advertising as prizes.
British publishers' marketing group Newsworks has launched a new campaign to tell brands about the £3 billion ($5.45 billion) profit they're missing out on.
Learnings from INMA's London Media Subscriptions Week stress that a reader-focused business model with digital subscriptions at the core represents the news industry's best hope.
As Fairfax Media works with Google on programmatic advertising and explores cooperation on subscriptions and data, the Australian publisher has reported growing digital and non-print revenue share.
Surveying participants in its Media Subscriptions Summit in London, INMA says the freemium model has emerged as the most popular choice for publishers.
Crafted, great-looking newspaper pages are enjoying a renaissance... as digital editions.
Europe's best digital media ideas were recognised at a presentation in Copenhagen last night.
It's Copy School time again in Melbourne, with applications open for the 20 places who will learn from another world-class line-up of creative tutors.
News Corp Australia's Melbourne daily the Herald-Sun will turn Aussie Rules football into a lottery by gamifying the first 'ball call' of a match.
A new News Corp website for Australian children aims to teach the importance of reliable news sources.
News Corp Australia is promoting its newsmedia and Foxtel football coverage with a ten-stop tour of regional communities.
Back from a massive world tour, INMA executive director and chief executive Earl Wilkinson has gathered insights into the media-technology intersection in a new report.
The International Classified Marketplace Association is inviting entries for its annual innovation award, which recognise creativity and innovation in the classified advertising industry.
Viewers of Seven's coverage of the Sydney Hobart yacht race yesterday had a preview of the next big TV yachting event... SuperFoiler racing.
More complaints were made to Australia's Advertising Standards Bureau, but of the top ten 'most complained about ads' only four complaints were upheld.
Having taken control of content, Australian football codes are delving deeper into ad tech to exploit new revenue as the golden days of multimillion TV rights deals potentially recede.
Like Oz only bigger, a new News Corp service using data science to target advertising to 140 million Americans leverages two years' experience from a similar project in Australia.
With ad trust issues clouding the data and automation benefits of programmatic, sales teams are distracted from focussing on campaigns and client relationships.
Targetting content to individual platforms is seen as the way to reach the youngest audiences, who are "the future for news".
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