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Inspiring women take the lead at start of WAN-Ifra's WNMC20

Inspiring women take the lead at start of WAN-Ifra's WNMC20

Growing women's voices in media is top of the agenda of the fourth Women in News Summit, taking place on the opening day of WAN-Ifra's World News Media Congress.

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Print revenues make up 86%, decline only one per cent

Print revenues make up 86%, decline only one per cent

Publishers are getting wise to the demand for trusted content, and that readers are willing to pay for it.

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Publishing strategies - three ways to build for the future

Publishing strategies - three ways to build for the future

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.

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REGIONAL NEWS

WAN-Ifra calls for Jang Media owner's release

WAN-Ifra calls for Jang Media owner's release

WAN-Ifra has called on Pakistan to release Jang Media Group owner Mir Shakil-ur-Rehman pending a decision on his trial on charges which date back to 1986.

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Show dates still in place for Asia, with All in Print number one

Show dates still in place for Asia, with All in Print number one

All in Print China - which attracted more than 100,000 visitors in 2018 - is set to be this year's biggest printing trade show following the postponement of DRUPA.

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SCMP goes virtual for flagship China conference

SCMP goes virtual for flagship China conference

Hong Kong daily the South China Morning Post is to transform its flagship China Conference event to a virtual, interactive format.

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COLUMNS & OPINION

Damian Eales: Tame the Big Tech duopoly to ensure real news survives

The digital duopoly's dereliction contradicts their hype, namely that they're a force for good.

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Kristy Hess & Lisa Waller: Local newspapers are an 'essential service'. They deserve a government rescue package, too

The coronavirus pandemic has spawned a lexicon of its own. We have had to quickly incorporate words like "self-isolation" and "social distancing" into our everyday language to navigate it.

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López-Madrazo: Quality journalism in troubled times

In an open letter, WAN-Ifra president Fernando de Yarza López-Madrazo calls for short-term financing to overcome the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus

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BRIEFS

Whispering Jack's manager running ruler over AAP

Reports say music and events promoter Glenn Wheatley is looking at buying wire service Australian Associated Press, making him the latest of a handful of prospects.

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News tops its bushfire contributions up to $1.9m

News Corp is honouring its commitment to "be with bushfire communities for the long haul" with a dedicated, $1 million fund and a second round of donations.

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Lee selling, Paxton buying in two latest deals

Lee Enterprises - which in January agreed to buy Warren Buffett's BH Media Group's publications and the Buffalo News for $140 million - is to sell two daily and eight weekly newspapers.

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