Addressable advertising will play a bigger role in Nine's advertising offering, with targeted digital video heading a range of advertising products.
Those who tell you print is in its death throes - and there are a few of them, especially in Australia - had time to reconsider over their seaside holidays (writes Peter Coleman).
With Australian cricket on both Seven's free-to-air TV and News Corp's dedicated Foxtel pay-TV channel, News has a point to make about anti-siphoning controls.
A new INMA report looks at the way publishers are re-thinking how they communicate core value propositions to ensure long-term relationships.
A new report from WAN-Ifra's World Editors Forum written by Fergus Bell offers ideas on improving reporting of health, science and consumer affairs.
Native advertising - in all its forms - has become a key item for publishers, accounting for a fifth of advertising revenue.
News Corp has told the story of its True Crime Australia podcast and video series which this morning led to an arrest in what has been known as the Teachers Pet case.
INMA will take its media subscriptions week concept to Stockholm with a new summit next March.
Persuasive arguments for advertising in newspapers and newsmedia are brought together in a new research document from US-based News Media Alliance.
Productising journalism - or user-generated content for that matter - were two of the concepts being canvassed as Digital Media Asia got underway today.
Australia's three biggest newsmedia groups are backing a national campaign to stress the value of trusted journalism to advertisers.
A full programme over the three days of the IfraExpo/DCX promises speaker after speaker loud in praise of print's ability to engage its readers.
Journalism has a bright future but has print? Mahfuz Anam, 68-year-old editor of Bangladesh's The Daily Star doesn't think so.
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.
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