Publishers are getting wise to the demand for trusted content, and that readers are willing to pay for it.
Speakers at WAN-Ifra's Berlin Publishing Days looked at publishing strategies from all possible angles, including digital, print and mobile, and from the smallest independent publisher in the regions to major groups covering several countries.
Newspapers "are emphatically not dead but are enjoying a rebirth and a bright future".
A meeting with the communications minister and attorney general has left Australian media chiefs hopeful of changes to the laws affecting press freedom.
Media freedom has an altogether different meaning in Hong Kong, where I arrived yesterday evening ahead of WAN-Ifra's Digital Media Asia event.
Funds from France's FSDP are helping regional daily Midi Libre reorganise its edition structure and introduce new printing technology.
Nine Entertainment seems to have admitted that hosting fundraising dinner which boosted Liberal coffers by $700,000 was not the smartest idea.
Eric Beecher's Private Media has lined up another former metro editor with the appointment of Peter Fray as editor-in-chief.
An Illinois newspaper owned by a not-for-profit charity has been sold after the publishing business went into Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Britain's Daily and Sunday Telegraph are likely to be up for sale as their secretive billionaire owners take stock of their assets.
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