Journalists should stop their relentless pursuit of 'bright, shiny things' and concentrate on core concepts, according to a new report by Australian Julie Posetti.
INMA will return to New York for its 2019 World Congress of News Media.
Next year's Ifra World Publishing Expo/DCX Digital Content Expo trade show is being cut to two days, following requests by exhibitors.
Organisers say almost 5000 people attended the Ifra World Publishing and DCX Content expos in Berlin last week.
Scottish publishers are backing WAN-Ifra to take its World News Media Congress to Glasgow next year.
More has changed than the way in which categories are organised with Australia's News Media Awards reflecting revised ownership structures.
Helsingin Sanomat, the largest newspaper in the Nordic region, has taken billboard space to welcome presidents Trump and Putin to 'the Land of Free Press'.
Newsrooms across the world have been asked to stop for a "moment of silence" to honour the five Capital Gazette employees killed in Annapolis last week.
The race for data-driven dollars will determine the future of a news industry in which journalists are already struggling to make money from news.
In the very public market that publishing now is, deep pockets and a firm grasp of data make Jeff Bezos one of news media's most interesting players.
But is he the industry's saviour or a threat to it (or both) asks Peter Coleman
Global media groups have backed independent Philippines website Rappler at WAN-Ifra's 70th World News Media Congress in Portugal.
India's Jagran Prakashan and News Corp Australia were among only seven publishers in the world to win more than one first-place in this year's INMA Global Media Awards.
America's News Media Alliance has taken Facebook to task over a plan which will group quality news with political advocacy.
Magazine-focussed publishers' group FIPP has thrown its hat in with organisers of the IfraExpo/DCX event in Berlin this October.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett has named just three newspapers with significant digital revenue to make up for what they are losing in print.
Creative approaches can turn emerging technology from challenge to opportunity, a topic which will be on the agenda at the World Publishing Expo in Portugal next month.
A staggering 56 of the 195 INMA Global Media Awards finalists named today come from the Asia-Pacific, most of them from Australia and India.
Three Indians, three Australians and a Kiwi are among speakers at INMA's World Congress of News Media at the end of May.
A new study by the UK's Newsworks and Association for Online Publishing indicates that the part of the brain that processes words and detail registers ads on premium news sites 42 per cent more than if they were on social media.
Australian publishers' group NewsMediaWorks has fallen in behind Rupert Murdoch's call for Facebook to pay a 'carriage fee' for use of their content.
INMA has named first confirmed speakers for its World Congress, being held at the end of May.
UK morning freesheet Metro is the point of entry for millennials with 44 per cent of its readership reporting that they enjoyed reading newspapers most days.
Press conferences for the two German giants of newspaper press manufacture used to be a tradition of the annual WAN-Ifra World Publishing Expo.
Fundamental to the success of what, for the lack of a better term, we are calling "robot journalism", is the question whether audiences can tell the difference between automated content and human content. And does it matter?
Launching the DCX/Ifra expo conference programme with a bang, three keynoters gave their take on publishing in challenging times.
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