DIGITAL BUSINESS

Amendments knocked back as 'gutless' Labor sides on code

Amendments knocked back as 'gutless' Labor sides on code

Australia's mandatory bargaining code has passed through both parliamentary houses and is expected to get its final nod today.

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Facebook 'investing' with Seven as news content restarts

Facebook 'investing' with Seven as news content restarts

Kerry Stokes' Seven West Media has signed a preliminary agreement with Facebook, making it the first media company to do so since the social media giant restarted news content on its site yesterday.

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Partisan and untrusted: Media's wake-up call from Edelman

Partisan and untrusted: Media's wake-up call from Edelman

A further loss of trust in Australia's 'traditional' media from 56 to 53 per cent left the country with no trusted information source, according to this year's Edelman Trust Barometer.

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SYSTEMS

Developers get integrated tooling for extensions

Developers get integrated tooling for extensions

Systems developer Eidosmedia has launched VSIDE, an extension of the Visual Studio Code development environment.

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This TED talk is an inspiration for metro Fairfax newsrooms

This TED talk is an inspiration for metro Fairfax newsrooms

A new topic editor dashboard is helping newsroom staff at Nine's Sydney Morning Herald and The Age keep track of the metrics most likely to drive subscriptions.

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Robots help Swedish publishers reach target markets at scale

Robots help Swedish publishers reach target markets at scale

Lessons from early adopters of AI and natural language generation in a new report show how publishers are saving time and reaching markets they hadn't previously had time for.

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CONTENT & MARKETING

Redesign provides a setting for big stories and great photography

Redesign provides a setting for big stories and great photography

A new home page for the Sydney Morning Herald delivers a more dynamic reading and editing experience as the Nine-owned publisher moves its focus from reach to a subscriber-based model.

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COVID focus turns from 'self' as Times backs print power

COVID focus turns from 'self' as Times backs print power

A competition in which agencies and creatives are invited to build print campaign for an actual client has returned for its fourth year.

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Philanthropy-backed arts site in time for festival season

Philanthropy-backed arts site in time for festival season

Australia's Judith Neilson Institute is providing funding for a new weekly arts and culture site from InDaily publisher Solstice Media.

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MOBILE

Guardian sets subscriber rates for new weekend app

Guardian sets subscriber rates for new weekend app

The Guardian is launching a subscription-based 'reimagination' of a weekend print newspaper, called Australia Weekend.

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ABC wins design awards for 'brilliant' youth and children's apps

ABC wins design awards for 'brilliant' youth and children's apps

Australian national broadcaster the ABC has been honoured with two design awards in less than a week.

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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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VIDEO

Case studies show how news podcast market awaits

Case studies show how news podcast market awaits

A new INMA report explores the economic promise of podcasts for news companies.

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AI and VR amp up Open while FTA struggles

AI and VR amp up Open while FTA struggles

While Nine struggles with its free-to-air Australian Open tennis audience, organisers are using AI and 3D virtual to deliver an alternative experience to fans.

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Free sport as Kayo looks to boost subs, advertisers

Free sport as Kayo looks to boost subs, advertisers

Majority News-owned sports streaming service Kayo plans to experiment with a freemium paywall next year.

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BRIEFS

Apple risking FB 'pain' to go ahead with iOS privacy change

A change to Apple's operating system announced last year is expected to limit Facebook's ability to track user activity.

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Robot real estate writer 'will pay own wages'

Norwegian regional Fædrelandsvennen has gone live with a new home sales section after a four-week implementation phase.

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Gentzel tells of Gannett's experiences as agency

The question of what it is for a newsmedia company to act as a digital agency is canvassed by a speaker at next week's Digital Media India event.

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