New people and new technology are contributing to a publishing turnaround at Singapore Press Holdings, which has reported a quarterly profits increase of almost two thirds.
Big questions about the origins of printing in the western world are on the agenda for members of Sydney's Penrith Museum of Printing on Saturday.
AFP has named Dalila Zein as its new managing director, replacing Fabrice Lacroix.
Members of the STOPP Coalition have launched a petition urging the US International Trade Commission to scrap "exorbitant" tariffs on imported newsprint.
Terry Kroeger is looking for a new challenge after Warren Buffett handed management of his North American newspaper group to Lee Enterprises, a company he has invested in.
Pirate TV boxes continue to be a problem in Hong Kong, where almost a quarter of residents use the illicit streaming devices.
Seven media associations representing more than 20,000 publishers around the world have expressed concern over a Facebook policy that labels quality news as political advocacy and includes such content in its political ad archive.
Digital head at South Africa's Tiso Blackstar Lisa MacLeod has been elected vice president of WAN-Ifra.
First fruits of a cooperation between Politico and the South China Morning Post have already appeared with content sharing between the two.
Campaigning by publishers and industry groups has led ten American senators from both sides of politics to back a bill to suspend newsprint tariffs.
Having sold its newspapers and knocked back oOh!media's offer for Adshel, HT&E has hinted that everything is for sale at the right price.
News Corp Australia has warned of the threat of "unsavoury online environments" in its submission to the ACCC inquiry into digital platforms.
Entry deadline for NewsMediaWorks' 2018 News Media Awards has been extended for the second time in less than a month.
A new set of trust and transparency standards are part of a media initiative to combat disinformation online.
Elevated sensors supported manual spot counting of demonstrators in Paris yesterday as French media groups teamed on counting.
Schibsted public policy director Karin Pettersson has been named to succeed Lars Henrik Munch as chair of WAN-Ifra's Media Freedom board.
A new bill to the US Congress aims to provide limited 'safe harbour' provisions to enable American publishers to negotiate collectively with social media giants.
Fairfax Media says it will review the NZ High Court's dismissal of its appeal against refusal of its plans to merge its New Zealand business with NZME "when the full judgment is available".
Organisers of the IFRA and DCX Digital Content Expo have a special gift for Valentine's Day.
Digital First Media has won the bankruptcy auction for the Boston Herald, subject to court approval.
NZME and Stuff - the new name for Fairfax Media's New Zealand business - is in a last-ditch fight for merger approval with an appeal against the High Court's refusal.
Appointment of a new Spanish agent in Raúl Barredo Sabando's Mecaprint is expected to bring significant growth for QI Press Controls and EAE.
The run of US newspaper sales is continuing into the New Year, with Dirks, Van Essen & Murray reporting the sale of the Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, Daily Herald to Paxton Media.
With less than three weeks to go, New Zealand's Voyager Media Awards are urging first-timers to 'give it a go'.
Advertising related to marriage equality and a state election pushed news media revenue in Australia to a year high and a total of $2.02 billion in 2017
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