Top Indian publishers including The Hindu, ABP and Malayala Manorama are again among the winners of WAN-Ifra's South Asian Digital Media Awards.
Political and general interest publications are expected to benefit most from France's historic agreement with Google on payment for content.
A week after chief executive Hugh Marks announced he would be leaving the company, Nine Entertainment has bid farewell to its iconic studios in Sydney's Willoughby.
Time and labour-saving tech has a track record in expanding markets rather than putting people out of work.
AI robots can do a great job in managing digital assets, but may need a human looking over their shoulder.
Seven West Media will use Taboola's activation technology across cross-platform assets including 7news.com.au and the West Australian.
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.
The Guardian is launching a subscription-based 'reimagination' of a weekend print newspaper, called Australia Weekend.
Australian national broadcaster the ABC has been honoured with two design awards in less than a week.
Web automation specialist Comyan is celebrating the success of Austrian customer Kleine Zeitung, which has almost doubled e-paper downloads in 30 months.
Majority News-owned sports streaming service Kayo plans to experiment with a freemium paywall next year.
Ten parent ViacomCBS ANZ is promising a digital catch-up for the broadcaster with a new channel and a deal with Unpacked by Flybuys.
A lean team and a "can-do" attitude are helping a Norwegian publisher break new ground with video coverage.
Australia's agency advertising spend fell only 4.8 per cent in October, prompting Standard Media Index to pronounce that it was "well and truly leaving the COVID crisis behind".
A survey among 2506 Australian consumers has found that 74 per cent believe that brands lie to them in their marketing communications.
German publisher Funke Mediengruppe is extending its software rollout after completing a project phase for Hamburger Abendblatt's magazines.
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