Big and disruptive ideas are in demand as part of a News Corp initiative to boost innovation.
With so many issues to resolve and questions to answer, Nine Entertainment chief Hugh Marks becomes the 'must hear' speaker at next month's Inform News Media Summit in Sydney.
By just over a couple of percentage points, Australia's Nine Entertainment is taking control of Fairfax Media in a 'merger' announced this morning.
Chief executive of Fairfax Media's NZ unit Stuff, Sinead Boucher has joined the speakers roster for the Inform News Media Summit in September.
A meeting of Sydney Pressgang at Penrith Museum of Printing in September will be an opportunity for those interested to see the newly-renovated museum 'in action'.
Old-style typefaces and tiny headlines feature as Adelaide's The Advertiser takes online readers back to its past today, with an impression of how it might have looked 16 decades ago.
Not unlike the 'prodigal son', Raju Narisetti will be back in India to speak at INMA's South Asia Conference in August.
Indian media group Mathrubhumi is investing in the future of news with the establishment of a new media school in Kochi.
Trust in social media has fallen again in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal and concerns about data privacy, according to Australian research.
$48 million in cash pledged as part of the deal to get media law reform through the Australian parliament is finally up for grabs.
Only three Australian news brands - two of them national broadcasters - rated positive scores in Roy Morgan's Media Net Trust survey.
With two of its former core businesses largely expunged, chairman of Here, There & Everywhere Peter Cosgrove has decided it's time to go.
If just the thought of working in newspapers is enough to make you want to dance, watch out for a new Australian reality TV programme.
The run-up to September's Inform NewsMedia Summit event has begun with the announcement of Zenith US innovation head Tom Goodwin as keynoter.
An 'exciting new chapter' is starting in Hong Kong, with new offices and a new outgoing, global approach to publication for the South China Morning Post. Peter Coleman reports
Publishers confront new problems in safeguarding truth, trust and journalist security in the digital era. Maggie Coleman reports
Maggie Coleman listens to ideas from Bali, India and Singapore
Wahyu Dhyatmika and Scilla Alecci led a Publish Asia masterclass through the process of collaborative investigation. Maggie Coleman reports
Opportunities in regional Queensland and the issue of trust were discussed when the state's Country Press Association held its annual meeting and awards last Friday
Independent publishers in Queensland have been scrambling for new printing arrangements after the news that Horton Media was to close.
WAN-Ifra has recognised the leadership contributions of two women in its 2018 laureates awards.
Tax demands have become a common denominator in the gradual demise of Cambodia's independent media.
Marginal advertising growth in national newspapers and a 10.1 per cent increase in digital ad spend have been hailed as a "renaissance" of Australia's news brands.
News Corp Australia's much-vaunted commitment to printed newspapers may be coming to an end with new priorities to "markets in growth".
Parallel sessions were the order of Publish Asia's second day, but one everyone wanted to hear was about changes at the South China Morning Post.
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