After having first been brought in to review operations in 2019 and then joining as chief revenue officer, Tony Kendall has been named for the top job at Australian Community Media.
Further centralisation of News Corp's Australian operations will see 25 more editorial jobs go before Christmas.
In many respects, this is what WAN-Ifra does best. With no opportunity for landmark events such as the IfraExpo, the group is getting down to the 'nuts and bolts' of journalism with events like today's WEF Science in the Newsroom event.
With a Senate inquiry set to start, there's tacit acceptance that the Royal Commission former prime minister Kevin Rudd and more than 500,000 others asked for will not take place.
Whatever the reason - and media today have mentioned the names of two women - Hugh Marks is leaving Nine Entertainment, after an upbeat annual meeting and an exciting five years.
Australian Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young will chair the Senate inquiry she asked for.
Just as Col Allan - architect of News Corp's snappy headlines in New York and Australia - is retiring, the Post has moved to an unfamiliar Trump-critical stance.
Kevin Rudd's petition, promoted under the #MurdochRoyalCommission hashtag, has been tabled in the Australian parliament.
A five-minute video interview underpins CNN Business's report on Kevin Rudd's petition calling for an inquiry into the dominance of the Murdoch media empire.
Sara April of US merger-and-acquisition firm Dirks, Van Essen & April tells the story of the 1920 battle between two newspaper publishers.
Topics including the training of law reporters, the divide between social and institutional media, and of course, press freedom were canvassed at an online event to launch a new report on Indian media law.
A new Newsworks study explores the role of news brands in a contemporary landscape under the theme, World without News.
Hard not to see the lessons of John Garrett's print publishing success as a clarion call to bigger groups in markets nearer home.
Reports are coming in that Allen Williams, chief executive and managing director of Antony Catalano's Australian Community Media, has resigned.
Ahead of the US presidential election - and a week is a long time in politics - Chartbeat has published engagement statistics from its data science team.
A curious error attributed to an ACM press release has had the independent publishers of the Byron Shire Echo chuckling.
A panel discussion on India's media laws will include experts from the legal profession and the media.
An LMA hypothesis about collaborations has seen US$900,000 raised for three industry projects in five months.
A social media campaign calling for an inquiry into the power of Rupert Murdoch's media empire is growing views and petition signatures.
News Corp is proclaiming its Victorian roots with a campaign to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the merger of Melbourne's Herald and Sun-News Pictorial.
If you think a 2066 edition is futuristic, you're missing the point, according to Sydney's Neighbourhood Media.
More good news on the print edition front is that independent South Australian masthead The Border Watch is coming back after closing last month with the loss of 38 jobs.
Distance lends enchantment to the view, and there's a tendency for speakers to be more relaxed when they're half a world from home.
COVID challenges of working from home, being a woman in India's 'boys club'...
Views on from industry leaders continued through the opening day of WAN-Ifra's Indian Media Leaders eSummit, with views on advertising, an increasingly-digital future, and giving readers what they want.
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