So what does the 'J' stand for in Earl J. Wilkinson, the INMA chief executive and executive director who is celebrating 30 years with the organisation?
Two global webcasts - one on Singapore time discussing the pandemic, youth and the media - will celebrate Monday's World News Day.
Sinead Boucher, chief executive and owner of New Zealand's Stuff is among ten new directors on WAN-Ifra's supervisory board and four on its executive board.
Hard not to see the lessons of John Garrett's print publishing success as a clarion call to bigger groups in markets nearer home.
Reports are coming in that Allen Williams, chief executive and managing director of Antony Catalano's Australian Community Media, has resigned.
Ahead of the US presidential election - and a week is a long time in politics - Chartbeat has published engagement statistics from its data science team.
Twenty years is a long time. On October 30, 2000, I took a leap of faith and left my job in the for-profit media world to run what has since become Local Media Association.
Answers from publishers at growing papers provide a range of insights.
Kevin Rudd's petition to parliament for a royal commission into the dominance of the Murdoch media in Australia is entitled to be seen as more than an embittered ex-politician's desire for revenge.
Liberal former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says he has signed the Rudd petition calling for a royal commission into Rupert Murdoch's media influence.
Legal action against Google under US anti-trust laws has been welcomed there and in Australia.
Support from the Australian Greens and Centre Alliance senator Stirling Griff for the ACCC's proposed mandatory code for digital platforms will depend on the ABC and SBS being included among media operations entitled to be compensated for use of their content.
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