DIGITAL BUSINESS

Why the wannabes will want Sony as still and video worlds collide

Why the wannabes will want Sony as still and video worlds collide

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.

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New categories to enter in WAN-Ifra's South Asia DMAs

New categories to enter in WAN-Ifra's South Asia DMAs

Entries are open for this year's South Asian Digital Media Awards, organised by the regional association of WAN-Ifra.

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Big publishers - and some smaller ones - benefit from draft code but ABC is cut

Big publishers - and some smaller ones - benefit from draft code but ABC is cut

Media companies such as News Corp and Nine will benefit from a new draft code of conduct for digital giants, but News' nemesis the ABC would be excluded.

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SYSTEMS

New report takes 'a look under the hood' at revenue tech

New report takes 'a look under the hood' at revenue tech

A new WAN-Ifra report identifies the building blocks of a reader revenue tech stack.

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INM reports back on 'smashing' subs deployment

INM reports back on 'smashing' subs deployment

After debuting the product at WAN-Ifra's World Publishing Expo in Berlin last October, paywall provider Flip-Pay is claiming impressive results at Mediahuis subsidiary Independent News & Media.

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Libération cloud provides better environment for WFH

Libération cloud provides better environment for WFH

French national daily Libération is moving to a cloud-hosted version of its Eidosmedia editorial and publishing platform.

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CONTENT & MARKETING

eSummit: Engaging with quotes... and catching up with print subscriptions

eSummit: Engaging with quotes... and catching up with print subscriptions

It's a long road ahead if you compare - as they do at Schibsted - digital subscriptions with print ones.

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Tall story sweetened by long chocolate wins record

Tall story sweetened by long chocolate wins record

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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News Corp's 50-strong digital hit-list targets ACM and family-owned rivals

News Corp's 50-strong digital hit-list targets ACM and family-owned rivals

Newspapers in Australia's southern states which have battled floods, bushfires, COVID-19 and the economic downturn this year now face a new challenge: News Corp fighting them for their audience.

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MOBILE

Austrian publisher in control with automated e-paper

Austrian publisher in control with automated e-paper

Web automation specialist Comyan is celebrating the success of Austrian customer Kleine Zeitung, which has almost doubled e-paper downloads in 30 months.

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Automatic solution addresses mobile-only audiences

Automatic solution addresses mobile-only audiences

A new mobile publishing solution which combines newspaper pages with a small-screen reader has gone live at Alpha Media in Northern Ireland.

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So this is what a genderless voice looks like

So this is what a genderless voice looks like

Vice has challenged stereotypes like Siri and Alexa with what it says is a 'genderless' voice for voice assistants.

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VIDEO

Video streamers hungry for more content services

Video streamers hungry for more content services

Despite the large number of new services already launched, 70 per cent of viewers are still open to trying a new streaming service.

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Report shows how streamed video became the pandemic star

Report shows how streamed video became the pandemic star

Streamed video now accounts for an average four hours and three minutes of every day, with the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on lives across the globe.

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Community TV approaches six-year deadline to switch online

Community TV approaches six-year deadline to switch online

Regional communities losing their printed newspapers are not the only ones facing a deadline at the end of this month.

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BRIEFS

Pat on the back from NMA for Australia's bargaining code

The US-based News Media Alliance has commended the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission on its release of a draft news media bargaining code, aimed at rectifying the imbalance of power between news publishers and digital platforms Google and Facebook.

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Smart voice response smooths customer relationships

Tennessee-headquartered Adams Publishing Group has adopted interactive voice response in the latest development of its call centre technologies.

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Another $10m brings Foxtel's women's sport subsidy to $40m

Pay-TV operator Foxtel has won a $10 million boost grant from the Australian government to support broadcasting of "women's, niche and under-represented sports".

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