There are no rules on accepting external funding as a media company, but beware strings attached.
Beyond the need to make digital audiences pay, print publishers have discovered that dwindling but discerning print readers can be slugged for their preference.
WAN-Ifra's World News Media Congress - described by Michael Golden as "one of the great things your association does" - began on a high note in Glasgow today.
Malaysia's Star Media has announced the appointment of advertising industry veteran Andreas Vogiatzakis as its group chief executive.
Awarded Phlippines publisher Maria Ressa is among speakers during a 'festival of ideas' being held in Sydney at the end iof August.
It's back to the barricades as Antony Catalano and Alex Waislitz get ready to take over the more than 160 former Fairfax regional mastheads acquired from Nine Entertainment.
Most of those who care not only about freedom of the press, but about balance in the media, have their fingers crossed for Antony Catalano.
It was a lot like other experiences I've had at conventions over the past couple of years.
News Corp Australia wants Google split in two, in a Baby-Bell-like solution to the search platform's monopoly.
Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines are among countries studied in a new WAN-Ifra report on press freedom.
Australia's media companies could be stuck with the market dominance of Facebook and Google, but taxation could be used to make their competition fairer.
Media companies behind a "right to know coalition" have detailed their demands following the case put to Australia's National Press Club during last month's Press Freedom: On the Line calls.
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