News Corp Australia's community ambassador Penny Fowler has announced a new round of grants to aid the recovery of bushfire-affected communities.
The Australian Financial Review has reported that Seven West Media has put together a new facility with eight lenders, leading to the deferrment of $450 million of debt to early 2023.
America's News Media Alliance is supporting a bill which would give tax credits to publishers for employing journalists.
If reports are correct, Kerry Stokes' Seven West Media did well selling Pacific Magazines for more than 80 per cent of what the whole Bauer Media ANZ business has changed hands for.
News Corp has sold its Tasmanian Country newspaper to public relations agency and publisher Font PR.
With advisors from Grant Samuel helping Seven West Media with debt reduction plans again, there is talk that the flagship West Australian may be back on the market.
A new awards programme for young news media professionals "could be career-changing", INMA executive director Earl Wilkinson says.
Domain - the Australian real estate listings site spun off from Fairfax Media and still controlled by Nine Entertainment - is back in print.
With talks with Australian Community Media apparently having led nowhere, Seven West Media has recruited former Fairfax boss Greg Hywood for a review of its West Australian Newspapers business.
There are hopes for increased support for this year's World News Day, set for September 28.
Belt-tightening at the ABC to save $84 million - described by veteran commentator Philip Adams yesterday as "a likely tipping point" - will see up to 250 jobs go at the Australian national broadcaster.
Journalist job losses at national broadcaster the ABC and at on News Corp Australia's metro publishing teams are the latest to be flagged.
It has come to this: US media associations have called on police and government to ensure the safety of journalists, a two-page 'tip sheet' tells how to protect yourself, and state associations are working to ensure reporters understand their rights.
Anthony Tan is one of nine new directors joining the board of INMA following its virtual annual meeting.
Law Council of Australia president Pauline Wright has expressed concerns about the vulnerability of public interest journalism, while applauding the AFP's decision not to bring charges against journalist Annika Smethurst.
If controlling shareholders allow it, a restyled Australian Associated Press is expected to offer a reduced service under the consortium headed by former News Corp executive Peter Tonagh.
With its NZ business closed and changes for ten UK titles, Bauer in Australia is moving to bring back furloughed print magazines.
Confusing signals from across the Tasman, where NZME lost a High Court claim that only it had the right to offer Australia's Nine Entertainment $1 to buy rival Stuff.
After the launch of a quarterly Rolling Stone Australia edition, UK icon NME is set for a comeback, after being taken over by new Singapore owners.
The Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas has extended its grants to support COVID-related journalism initiatives during the next few months.
WAN-Ifra has joined the Independent News Emergency Relief Coordination in its work to coordinate help during the pandemic.
If you own the firm, you're the one who benefits when you take a pay cut.
With all INMA's in-person conferences and events suspended, the focus is now on its virtual world congress and other online events.
A Digital N3 Salon - for New.Now.Next - planned by Asian American Journalists Association this Saturday will take a journalist's view of covering and coping with COVID-19 in Asia.
Analysis across four regions and three media sectors shows American publishers building subscribers by almost 17 per cent.
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