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Australia 'ahead of the curve' as News profits soar
Australia 'ahead of the curve' as News profits soar

Having made sure not to "let a good crisis go to waste", News Corp has delivered its most-profitable second quarter in more than seven years.

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Bezos finds more time for Post passion
Bezos finds more time for Post passion

Amazon founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos will have more time for media when he steps down to become executive chairman later this year.

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You're wrong on Google, Chavern tells US trade reps
You're wrong on Google, Chavern tells US trade reps

America's giant News Media Alliance has taken issue with the country's trade representatives over its criticism of Australia's proposed media bargaining code.

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New brand image, website as WAN-Ifra evolves
New brand image, website as WAN-Ifra evolves

WAN-Ifra is formalising its use of the 'World Association of News Publishers' tag with the adoption of a new brand identity.

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INMA's Eales sets priorities for 'rebound year'
INMA's Eales sets priorities for 'rebound year'

INMA will prioritise its focus on readership and product, while continuing its push on the impact of tech companies on news media, its Australian president Damian Eales says.

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Paywall priorities a threat to journalism jobs, says LMA's Lane
Paywall priorities a threat to journalism jobs, says LMA's Lane

Philanthropy and community contribution will play a bigger role in funding news, as publishers that serve underrepresented communities "shine and grow", Local Media Association chief executive Nancy Lane says.

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WAN-Ifra plans 'great things' to happen in Taiwan, but just not yet
WAN-Ifra plans 'great things' to happen in Taiwan, but just not yet

WAN-Ifra's gala World News Media Congress has been moved to a new date in 2021.

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WAN-Ifra teams with UNESCO in journalism support initiative
WAN-Ifra teams with UNESCO in journalism support initiative

WAN-Ifra will work with UNESCO in its new efforts to support independent journalism in the face of economic menace.

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Industry acknowledges INMA 'juggernaut' in industry of change
Industry acknowledges INMA 'juggernaut' in industry of change

So what does the 'J' stand for in Earl J. Wilkinson, the INMA chief executive and executive director who is celebrating 30 years with the organisation?

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Macy Gray joins newsrooms to celebrate World News Day on Monday
Macy Gray joins newsrooms to celebrate World News Day on Monday

Two global webcasts - one on Singapore time discussing the pandemic, youth and the media - will celebrate Monday's World News Day.

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'Immense opportunity' as regional members join WAN-Ifra's boards
'Immense opportunity' as regional members join WAN-Ifra's boards

Sinead Boucher, chief executive and owner of New Zealand's Stuff is among ten new directors on WAN-Ifra's supervisory board and four on its executive board.

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Assaulted press freedom warrior named 2020 Golden Pen winner
Assaulted press freedom warrior named 2020 Golden Pen winner

As the winner of this year's WAN-Ifra Golden Pen of Freedom award, Jineth Bedoya Lima continues to fight for press freedom and justice for victims of sexual violence - starting with her own.

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Regional rising stars shine in INMA initiative for under-30s
Regional rising stars shine in INMA initiative for under-30s

Nine Asia Pacific and south Asia 'rising stars' of news media are among the '30 Under 30' named in INMA's awards scheme with one, Utkarsh Arora, among the six grand prize winners.

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Newsmakers show why #NewsMatters in live events
Newsmakers show why #NewsMatters in live events

A webcast featuring Anthony Fauci and Maria Ressa is among events to celebrate World News Day on September 28.

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WAN-Ifra moves Congress to Taipei 2021, shelves Zaragoza
WAN-Ifra moves Congress to Taipei 2021, shelves Zaragoza

Having already postponed its World News Media Congress to September, WAN-Ifra has now said the event will not take place this year.

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Looking forward 18 months: Opportunities in news media's future
Looking forward 18 months: Opportunities in news media's future

Where advertising is likely to go next after the impact of the COVID-19 crisis is the focus of a new INMA report.

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Now Eales charged with transforming News Corp from New York
Now Eales charged with transforming News Corp from New York

As the order changes in Sydney, News Corp chief operating officer and INMA president Damian Eales is off to a new role in New York, restructuring the global giant at group level.

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JNI brings investigative journalism conference to Australia
JNI brings investigative journalism conference to Australia

Australia's Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas is to bring the 20th Global Investigative Journalism Conference to Sydney next year.

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'Courageous' COVID efforts win as INMA shares virtual prizes
'Courageous' COVID efforts win as INMA shares virtual prizes

The presentations are virtual, but the achievement is real as INMA presented its 2020 Global Media Awards overnight, curiously with the support of Google.

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INMA Road to recovery with Earl Wilkinson
INMA Road to recovery with Earl Wilkinson

The economic effects of COVID-19 on communities worldwide are wreaking havoc on the advertising marketplaces on which media companies rely to fund journalism, according to speakers addressing the first day of the INMA Virtual World Congress.

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INMA economic, advertising predictions with Deloitte, Boston Consulting
INMA economic, advertising predictions with Deloitte, Boston Consulting

With pandemic lockdowns slowly lifting, businesses begin to envision what the "new normal" will be - and with it will come clues to what will happen next in advertising. Which ways could things go next for advertising? What levers do ad sellers have available?

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INMA rebound strategies for Gannett, Irish Times and Infoglobo
INMA rebound strategies for Gannett, Irish Times and Infoglobo

News media companies are facing current declines in revenue head-on with innovative, inspiring efforts. Three companies shared their strategies, goals, and some early results at INMA's Virtual World Congress last Monday.

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Virtually there: INMA delegates get together on Zoom
Virtually there: INMA delegates get together on Zoom

It's midnight in Sydney - an odd hour for INMA president Damian Eales to be at a conference - but the day is yet young in Dallas.

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'Focussing inwards' brings pandemic results in Jaipur
'Focussing inwards' brings pandemic results in Jaipur

A programme of commitment to its stakeholders and community has earned Jaipur publisher Rashtradoot a place among INMA's special COVID-19 response awards category.

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Time to mark press freedom - if you still can
Time to mark press freedom - if you still can

If you can report freely - and it's clearly getting harder - there's a reason to mark UNESCO's 2020 World Press Freedom Day, "a moment for journalism".

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