GLOBAL

Sorry, sad or strategic: How US papers are changing hands

Sorry, sad or strategic: How US papers are changing hands

As thoughts turn to the possibility of Gannett selling to DFM in the US, a Tweet by an organically-growing community publisher has focused attention on the demise of the independently-owned daily.

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Stop chasing shiny things and get back to basics, says Posetti

Stop chasing shiny things and get back to basics, says Posetti

Journalists should stop their relentless pursuit of 'bright, shiny things' and concentrate on core concepts, according to a new report by Australian Julie Posetti.

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INMA back to New York for 2019 congress

INMA back to New York for 2019 congress

INMA will return to New York for its 2019 World Congress of News Media.

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REGIONAL NEWS

Generational change as editor bids for gardening leave

Generational change as editor bids for gardening leave

A fourth-generation family member could be a lifesaver for the 130-year-old Hillston and Ivanhoe Spectator as 87-year-old Patrick O'Sullivan plans his retirement.

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News bets on wagering and gaming growth with new chief

News bets on wagering and gaming growth with new chief

News Corp is taking a punt on winning even more revenue and market share in 2019 with a swathe of changes to its Australian leadership team.

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Get your dates right for Publish Asia in Singapore

Get your dates right for Publish Asia in Singapore

Dates to note for Publish Asia 2019, now set for May 7-9 May in Singapore, include a reminder to hurry along with entries for the Asian Media Awards.

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COLUMNS & OPINION

David Chavern: Expect a big year in 2019

The news media industry saw a lot of changes and challenges in 2018.

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Kevin Slimp: Still trying to figure our digital future

Earlier this week, I checked my Facebook notices. I generally skip the "memory" notices. Those are the ones meant to remind us of posts we've made on this date in years past. One, however, caught my attention.

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Peter Coleman: Another unwanted punctuation mark for Fairfax

The weekend seems to have provided a punctuation mark - is it a comma, semicolon or fullpoint - in the history of the business once known as Fairfax Media.

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BRIEFS

To the top of AFP... by way of Asia video roles

British journalist Phil Chetwynd has become the first foreign national to be appointed global news director of Agence France-Presse.

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Hashim wins AFP's Kate Webb prize

Pakistani freelance reporter Asad Hashim (33) has been named as the winner of AFP's 2018 Kate Webb Prize for his coverage of the plight of ethnic Pashtuns and blasphemy issues in his native country.

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Strategic purchases push US business sales to new high

More daily newspaper businesses were sold in the US last year than at any time since 2000.

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