A week in which UK regional publisher Newsquest gained a new owner and the company Ken Doctor calls "America's worst newspaper owners" took control of Tribune Publishing, has ended with quality tabloid daily i falling to the Daily Mail.
Desperate to stop the auction which will fragment the print collection of a lifetime, Michael Isaachsen is on the phone to see if I can point him to a lazy $100k which might halt the weekend's historic auction.
Other attempts to sell it having failed, new owners Nine Entertainment are looking to revive plans to merge its Stuff business with New Zealand rival NZME.
A meeting with the communications minister and attorney general has left Australian media chiefs hopeful of changes to the laws affecting press freedom.
Media freedom has an altogether different meaning in Hong Kong, where I arrived yesterday evening ahead of WAN-Ifra's Digital Media Asia event.
Funds from France's FSDP are helping regional daily Midi Libre reorganise its edition structure and introduce new printing technology.
After a rare act of unity in which publishers of most of Australia's daily and regional papers blacked out sections of their front pages in a protest over media freedom, MPs were ready to continue the debate in parliament.
The hugely-successful print-TV cross-promotion of Australia's Better Homes & Gardens is set to continue after the magazine's sale to Bauer Media.
Director of Australia's new Judith Nielson Institute Mark Ryan has called on journalists to quit "mean spirited" sniping at colleagues on rival publications.
With industry consolidation, news industry conferences have become scarcer in Australia, and time is money, especially when it's the boss who's paying for your day away from the office.
It was by any measure, a very good night for News Corp Australia and its brands.
Mind over matter is securing a bright future for Singapore Press Holdings, despite the decline of print.
Anthony Catalano has drawn on his extensive knowledge of real estate marketing and taken out a rival with the acquisition of a Bendigo freesheet.
India's printed newspaper success story isn't easily translated into advertising sales, delegates at the WAN-Ifra India 2019 conference heard.
Complex factors are at play as falling print circulations and the 'gig economy' turn newspaper delivery upside down in one of Australia's largest markets.
Communications, cyber safety and arts minister Paul Fletcher has been added to a full programme for the upcoming Inform News Media Summit in Sydney.
A celebratory and dinner this Wednesday attended by Victorian governor Linda Dessau will mark the 150th anniversary of Australian 'bush bible' the Weekly Times.
Press freedom might be important to Australia's prime minister in China, but it's an inconvenience back home.
NewsMediaWorks has named finalists in its 2019 News Media Awards, winners of which will be announced at a dinner in September.
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.
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