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Farm and fibres industry gets 700,000-reader national NIM

News Corp has turned to print for a new agriculture magazine with a 700,000-strong audience.

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Nine sells former Fairfax runs for $31m, keeps some events

It began in 1971 with an idea from The Sun's US correspondent, now the Sun-Herald City2Surf has been sold to Chinese-owned Ironman Group as part of a $31 million deal.

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Nine comes out on top as news media audience rises

Only five per cent of Australians don't read news media, most turning to digital formats for the content.

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Trump gives Black a full pardon

Conrad Black, at one time a substantial shareholder in Fairfax Media and a long-time associate and political ally of Donald Trump, has been granted a full pardon by the US president.

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It matters that you're in Glasgow for WNMC19

WAN-Ifra is urging delegates to attend its World News Media Congress event in Glasgow next month "because your voice matters".

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Tracking governments' responses to disinformation

After's 2018 'year of techlash', WAN-Ifra has released a report looking at the remedies adopted by governments to combat disinformation.

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One Free Press media join WaPo's freedom alliance

The 30 US and international media organisations in the One Free Press Coalition have joined the Press Freedom Partnership, founder the Washington Post has reported.

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SPH partners on Singapore events, venues promotion

Straits Times publisher Singapore Press Holdings has teamed with venue owner Perennial to co-brand a series of events.

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News 'looks to partner' Stan via Foxtel

News Corp Australia is reported to be offering Nine-owned streaming service Stan an alternative to extending its tie-up with Disney, which might then set up its own service.

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New modular training series teaches editorial leadership

A programme of executive education in India for editors and journalists has been announced by WAN-Ifra.

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More cash for Walkley projects as Facebook weighs in with $5 million

More social cash is heading this way with Facebook announcing a $5 million Australian programme with similarities to that already announced by Google.

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Session tracks focus America East for the time-poor

A redesigned America East event promises streams focussed on business, digital, advertising, editorial and production.

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SPH-Keppel joint venture wins control of telco

A bid by SPH and Keppel Corporation joint venture Konnectivity for Singapore telco M1 has gone unconditional with its acquisition of more than half of the shares.

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Rappler founder Maria Ressa bailed after night's detention

Award-winning Philippines journalist Maria Ressa has been freed on bail after being arrested yesterday on charges of "cytber libel".

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Saturday night date with a fact-checker

The fight against fake news gets its own TV slot with a new segment on France's TF1.

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Free registration up for grabs at America East

Pennsylvania Newspaper Association is offering a three-day pass to its flagship conference event in a free competition.

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Minister of tolerance to be keynote UAE speaker

The man with tolerance in his UAE portfolio, Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahayan is to be guest of honour at WAN-Ifra's 14th Middle East Conference.

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INMA India mourns death of Priya Marwah at 47

INMA has reported the death of Priya Marwah, who as division staff manager helped launch the organisation in South Asia.

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More time for Asian Media Awards entrants

Entries for this year's Asian Media Awards have been extended to February 8.

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Facebook tackles more of iceberg with poll ad scrutiny

In the vexed context of the Cambridge Analytica affair, the combination of Facebook and 'electoral integrity' may raise a few eyebrows.

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Photo comp honours 'the other side of Afghanistan'

AFP has named a new annual photography competition for Shah Marai, the chief photographer in the Kabul bureau, who was killed in a suicide attack last April.

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To the top of AFP... by way of Asia video roles

British journalist Phil Chetwynd has become the first foreign national to be appointed global news director of Agence France-Presse.

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Hashim wins AFP's Kate Webb prize

Pakistani freelance reporter Asad Hashim (33) has been named as the winner of AFP's 2018 Kate Webb Prize for his coverage of the plight of ethnic Pashtuns and blasphemy issues in his native country.

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Strategic purchases push US business sales to new high

More daily newspaper businesses were sold in the US last year than at any time since 2000.

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Nine sets new agenda for former Fairfax events sale

Nine is to have another crack at selling the former Fairfax events business, with its former chief digital officer Alex Parsons back to manage the sale, and Martin Jolly leaving Nine, potentially to bid for it.

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