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.
Communications, cyber safety and arts minister Paul Fletcher has been added to a full programme for the upcoming Inform News Media Summit in Sydney.
A celebratory and dinner this Wednesday attended by Victorian governor Linda Dessau will mark the 150th anniversary of Australian 'bush bible' the Weekly Times.
Press freedom might be important to Australia's prime minister in China, but it's an inconvenience back home.
Nine Entertainment seems to have admitted that hosting fundraising dinner which boosted Liberal coffers by $700,000 was not the smartest idea.
Reporters on assignment have been known to introduce the photographer assigned with them as "my" photographer. Not only is it rude, but it demonstrates the reporter thinks the photographer is less than an equal partner.
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.
Australian prime minister Scott Morrison has been accused of hypocrisy over apparent dual standards on freedom pf the press.
Australia's three other largest publishers are following News with a decision to no longer publicly report their circulations.
America's News Media Alliance says protections would still be needed if Facebook were to license news on its platform.
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