Publishers are getting wise to the demand for trusted content, and that readers are willing to pay for it.
Speakers at WAN-Ifra's Berlin Publishing Days looked at publishing strategies from all possible angles, including digital, print and mobile, and from the smallest independent publisher in the regions to major groups covering several countries.
Newspapers "are emphatically not dead but are enjoying a rebirth and a bright future".
Readers and national advertisers joined with News Corp today in a unique effort expected to raise a million dollars for Australia's bushfire recovery.
Rupert Murdoch and News Corp chief executive Robert Thomson have weighed in to stress the company's role and commitment during Australia's bushfire disaster.
Not withstanding a vote against it by "bullies" Bruce Gordon and Australian Community Media boss Antony Catalano, Seven looks set to push ahead with plans to acquire Prime.
It felt like a chill blast from the past - mono pages in an otherwise colourful world.
US media giant E.W. Scripps Company and the nonprofit News Literacy Project are launching the first National News Literacy Week, aiming to raise awareness of news literacy as a fundamental life skill.
Last year's merger of Gannett and New Media Investment Group made 2019 USA's biggest year for newspaper deals since the recession.
A variation on Australia's tax laws limiting who can be considered a 'contractor' has surfaced in the US with a strange restriction affecting freelance journalists.
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