Having already postponed its World News Media Congress to September, WAN-Ifra has now said the event will not take place this year.
Where advertising is likely to go next after the impact of the COVID-19 crisis is the focus of a new INMA report.
As the order changes in Sydney, News Corp chief operating officer and INMA president Damian Eales is off to a new role in New York, restructuring the global giant at group level.
Though not unexpected, it was the scale of China's move on Apple Daily publisher Jimmy Lai that may have caused surprise.
WAN-Ifra's Women in News leadership accelerator programme is underway in Vietnam, this time in a wholly-virtual format.
New digital technology is helping make reading printed newspapers possible longer for a Melbourne man who is already legally blind.
Newsrooms were never a place to work if you wanted to get rich. But with layoffs and closings in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, we are facing another story entirely.
At the beginning of July a local media organisation 'named and shamed' four people who had recently been convicted in the local magistrates court of various charges related to drink driving.
Australia's code of conduct to force platforms to fairly pay publishers for content has just become a big global deal for two reasons:
News Corp Australia's community ambassador Penny Fowler has announced a new round of grants to aid the recovery of bushfire-affected communities.
The Australian Financial Review has reported that Seven West Media has put together a new facility with eight lenders, leading to the deferrment of $450 million of debt to early 2023.
America's News Media Alliance is supporting a bill which would give tax credits to publishers for employing journalists.
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