WAN-Ifra's gala World News Media Congress has been moved to a new date in 2021.
WAN-Ifra will work with UNESCO in its new efforts to support independent journalism in the face of economic menace.
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?
Two global webcasts - one on Singapore time discussing the pandemic, youth and the media - will celebrate Monday's World News Day.
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.
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.
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.
A webcast featuring Anthony Fauci and Maria Ressa is among events to celebrate World News Day on September 28.
Having already postponed its World News Media Congress to September, WAN-Ifra has now said the event will not take place this year.
Where advertising is likely to go next after the impact of the COVID-19 crisis is the focus of a new INMA report.
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.
Australia's Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas is to bring the 20th Global Investigative Journalism Conference to Sydney next year.
The presentations are virtual, but the achievement is real as INMA presented its 2020 Global Media Awards overnight, curiously with the support of Google.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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".
INMA has developed a virtual format to replace the World Congress event it was to have held in Paris this month.
Cutting the number of days on which you publish could make your newspaper more valuable.
Global newsmedia organisation WAN-Ifra has put together a list of journalism emergency funds around the world.
Media associations in the UK and US are calling on advertisers not to block advertising from appearing on COVID-19-related stories.
When the going gets tough, there's a temptation to look to the Poynter Institute for leadership ideas.
WAN-Ifra's World News Media Congress 2020 in Zaragoza, Spain, is the latest casualty of the COVID-19 crisis.
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