A first round of grants from the new Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas is a "signal to the marketplace" of what it hopes to undertake, director Mark Ryan says.
News Corp Australia tabloids in NT and regional Queensland will shrink almost a seventh of their size while the publisher tells readers they will be getting more.
New Zealand print and digital publishing business Stuff is for sale, but not at any price.
An agency view of Australia's newsmedia industry comes in the second round of speaker announcements for Inform.
Malaysia's Star Media has announced the appointment of advertising industry veteran Andreas Vogiatzakis as its group chief executive.
Awarded Phlippines publisher Maria Ressa is among speakers during a 'festival of ideas' being held in Sydney at the end iof August.
It's back to the barricades as Antony Catalano and Alex Waislitz get ready to take over the more than 160 former Fairfax regional mastheads acquired from Nine Entertainment.
Google has hit back at a News Media Alliance report which estimates the search giant's annual take from news publishers' work at $4.7 billion as inaccurate "back-of-the envelope calculations".
Publisher Nation Multimedia Group has confirmed that it will stop printing daily The Nation newspaper at the end of this month, exactly 48 years after it was first published.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp is taking the fight to new Australian publisher Antony Catalano with a rival agricultural newspaper and online competitors for his Canberra Times and two other titles.
New Zealand's news media industry celebrated a broad range of top work at the Voyager Media Awards, with the Sunday Star-Times declared newspaper of the year and relative newcomer The Spinoff scoring for top website.
Daily newspapers continue to change hands apace in the US, with two more transactions announced within two hours yesterday.
How many business models does a news publisher need so a news publisher can publish news? The modern riddle brought at least two answers at the second day of Publish Asia in Singapore.
South China Morning Post chief executive Gary Liu was kept busy at WAN-Ifra's Asian Media Awards last night, with a welcome speech and presentations to staffers who collected six of the awards.
When Publish Asia opened this morning and split its audience between business sessions and those of the World Editors Forum, the cynical might argue that it was if half the delegates were concerned with the practice of journalism, and half with how it might be financed (writes Peter Coleman).
News Corp newspapers have sent out a May-day distress signal as part of their involvement in Australia's 'Adopt a Farmer' campaign.
The most interesting aspect of Nine's sale of its former Fairfax regional newspapers is not the $125 million selling price - which makes the $36 million News paid for APN's Australian regionals look even more trifling - but the potential the duo buying them brings.
A production stuff-up which saw pages from the Sydney Morning Herald appear in the rival Daily Telegraph has reignited debate about changes to the paper, especially since it was bought by Nine Entertainment.
You may already have heard him speak in the past 12 months, but at a Publish Asia masterclass in Singapore, Juan Senor is your guide on visits to two of the city's leading publishing businesses.
With those who said that newspapers would no longer exist in Australia by now proved wrong, IbisWorld Research has been bold to make its own predictions.
Finance columnist Alan Kohler must have been feeling bold or reckless when he wrote this contribution to Saturday's Weekend Australian.
A year after its launch, News Corp Australia's Kids News site has 200,000 registered users and a new two-year sponsorship.
Serial Challenger Lodovico de Briganti is in training again for the Smith Family Challenge, a two-day charity bike, hike and kayak event across a 100 km route.
A visit to Singapore Press Holdings' press centre and an outline of the changes taking there are among highlights of Publish Asia in May.
News Corp has rounded up ten of its retail and corporate clients for a Townsville 'flood relief' wrap, saying it will share a quarter of takings with victims.
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