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INMA's Eales sets priorities for 'rebound year'

INMA's Eales sets priorities for 'rebound year'

INMA will prioritise its focus on readership and product, while continuing its push on the impact of tech companies on news media, its Australian president Damian Eales says.

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Paywall priorities a threat to journalism jobs, says LMA's Lane

Paywall priorities a threat to journalism jobs, says LMA's Lane

Philanthropy and community contribution will play a bigger role in funding news, as publishers that serve underrepresented communities "shine and grow", Local Media Association chief executive Nancy Lane says.

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WAN-Ifra plans 'great things' to happen in Taiwan, but just not yet

WAN-Ifra plans 'great things' to happen in Taiwan, but just not yet

WAN-Ifra's gala World News Media Congress has been moved to a new date in 2021.

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REGIONAL NEWS

Media at the centre as China tightens controls

Media at the centre as China tightens controls

Two Asian media moguls are feeling the brunt of China's push for greater control in the region.

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Free seminars help news leaders learn to cope with trauma

Free seminars help news leaders learn to cope with trauma

A series of four free webinars address the unprecedented demands placed on newsrooms, not only by COVID-19, but by climate disasters and increased civil conflict.

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Reilly 'humbled' to be taking on legacy of Hearst's Examiner

Reilly 'humbled' to be taking on legacy of Hearst's Examiner

They're expanding on Nob Hill... or rather the owner of the Nob Hill Gazette is expanding with the purchase of the San Francisco Examiner, once owned by William Randolph Hearst.

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COLUMNS & OPINION

Kevin Slimp: Incredible solutions for incredible times

As I write this column, vaccines are beginning to make their way to first responders in the US, the New Year has begun, and maybe, just maybe, the world is seeing a light at the end of the tunnel.

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Dietmar Schantin: Seductive storytelling needs similar rigorous standards

A remarkable story in the New York Times, in which a reporter takes his own newspaper to task for inadequate reporting, provides a good illustration of one of the pitfalls facing newspaper.

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Amit Das: HR leaders should remember importance of employee advocacy

In my 30 years of experience as a chief people officer, I have always believed in the efficacy of employee advocacy. My mantra has also been to build advocacy and follow with influence, because employees are our biggest and most influential brand asset.

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BRIEFS

Push for diversity lines up four female leaders

America's Local News Association has elected three new directors and named Tom Sly as its new board chairman.

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Sexual harassment turns research focus on Asia

Extended WAN-Ifra research into sexual harassment in media workplaces is to look at problems in southeast Asian countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines and Vietnam.

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Naughty or nice: NAA's wish-list for Santa, Joe and Kamala

While running a campaign to suggest giving a news subscription as a present, America's News Media Alliance has made it clear what it wants for the New Year.

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