"Yes, again," the former Australian head of systems developer Eidosmedia says.
Nine Entertainment is still looking for a replacement for chief executive Hugh Marks, with the board considering internal candidates Chris Janz and Mike Sneesby plus one or two others.
UK publisher Reach has launched its fourth print edition in recent weeks, as a battle develops with rival Newsquest.
Tribune Publishing has agreed to its acquisition by Alden Global Capital, which already owns almost 32 per cent of its equity of the company.
It's a case of one family newspaper handing over to another, as Paxton Media acquires the North Vernon, Indianapolis, Plain Dealer & Sun from the King family.
Good news for Australia's digital publishers as agency bookings continue a solid recovery in December.
Denmark's foreign affairs ministry is backing a new WAN-Ifra media freedom programme for Sub-Saharan Africa.
Australian national broadcaster the ABC has told the Senate inquiry into media diversity it's not its job to deliver hyperlocal news.
After speculation that he was lying low, Alibaba - and South China Morning Post - owner Jack Ma has reappeared.
America's Local News Association has elected three new directors and named Tom Sly as its new board chairman.
Extended WAN-Ifra research into sexual harassment in media workplaces is to look at problems in southeast Asian countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines and Vietnam.
While running a campaign to suggest giving a news subscription as a present, America's News Media Alliance has made it clear what it wants for the New Year.
Online news site The New Daily - which claims its commercial position "improves each year" - has scored a coup with the recruitment of Alan Kohler as a columnist.
Apple Daily proprietor Jimmy Lai is on remand until April, after the publisher and pro-democracy campaigner was refused bail on what he says are "trumped up" fraud charges.
With the increasing emphasis on truth and trust, WAN-Ifra is organising a new Indian workshop on investigative and non-fiction writing techniques.
America's Free Speech Center has produced a series of ads to celebrate the little-known anniversary of the Bill of Rights, which formalised freedom of the press on December 15, 1791.
The Philippine Daily Inquirer has launched a campaign to provide relief and other forms of assistance to survivors of typhoons Rolly and Ulysses, which successively wreaked havoc in the country.
News Media Alliance president and chief executive David Chavern says there are "reasons to be thankful" for 2020, despite it not being the year envisioned on January 1.
Some 30 newspapers, radio shows and journalists have been accused of contempt of court for allegedly breaching a suppression order through their coverage of the conviction of Cardinal George Pell on child sex abuse charges.
The New York Times has reported that a Hong Kong-based journalist has been arrested after investigating possible police misconduct.
Proposed rules to limit foreign journalist visas violate press freedom, America's News Media Alliance says.
Scientists are warning that we may be entering a looming age of pandemics, according to WAN-Ifra, which says thought needs to be given now to how to cover future global crises.
Liberal former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says he has signed the Rudd petition calling for a royal commission into Rupert Murdoch's media influence.
Legal action against Google under US anti-trust laws has been welcomed there and in Australia.
Support from the Australian Greens and Centre Alliance senator Stirling Griff for the ACCC's proposed mandatory code for digital platforms will depend on the ABC and SBS being included among media operations entitled to be compensated for use of their content.
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