Though not unexpected, it was the scale of China's move on Apple Daily publisher Jimmy Lai that may have caused surprise.
WAN-Ifra's Women in News leadership accelerator programme is underway in Vietnam, this time in a wholly-virtual format.
New digital technology is helping make reading printed newspapers possible longer for a Melbourne man who is already legally blind.
Australian Associated Press's AAP name and brand live on today, despite the earlier announcement of a new name for the national news agency.
While the Los Angeles Times powers ahead under new ownership, two much smaller but historic stablemates which closed in April have reappeared after changing hands.
As Victoria was this morning detailing the implications of new COVID-19 restrictions, a belief that the only way from here is up may be premature.
When Patrick Soon-Shiong isn't fixing California's most influential newspaper, there's a problem with a virus that's been exercising his mind.
When former News Corp editor Michele Sternberg posted alternative definitions for 'newshound' on social media, James Brecknell had other ideas.
Gary Liu is in absolutely no doubt how the South China Morning Post will react to increasing mainland China pressure on the special administration region.
Never let a good crisis go to waste. With those sound if perhaps cynical words, Juan Señor of the UK's Innovation Consulting Group, urged action at Monday's Asia eSummit.
Seventeen Australian recipients are to share part of $2 million from Facebook's Journalism Project Relief Fund, administered by the Walkley Foundation.
WAN-Ifra Asia is ramping up for its first regional e-summit, a four-day event running on Singapore time from July 20-23.
Australian Community Media has revised its 'hit list' of endangered print sites to include Ballarat in Victoria instead of Tamworth, NSW, where printing was previously suspended.
In Victoria, closed last night by a resumed pandemic lockdown, a project on a patch once known as 'pleurisy plains' could become a plague on printers' jobs.
Sixteen-hundred copies of all-colour quarto newsletter Cooroora Connect were among the last jobs printed on the web at News Corp Australia's Warwick print site before it closed last week.
The first of what is expected to be a raft of new Queensland print newspapers has set its launch date for the middle of this month.
There's speculation about the future of its two remaining southeast Queensland print centres as News Corp Australia looks to consolidate Murarrie (Brisbane) and Yandina following closure of most of its regional print editions.
Increasingly dire reports only partly chart the change of fortune of the Indian newspaper industry wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic.
America's News Media Alliance has produced a White Paper on how Google is "abusing its position" to the detriment of news publishers and journalism.
Readers have come to rely on the weekly Guardian and neighbouring Times, in print for the towns of Proserpine and Airlie Beach on Australia's Whitsunday coast.
WAN-Ifra has called on the 'guilty' verdict against Philippines journalist Maria Ressa to be reversed, claiming the cyber libel case was politically motivated.
Smaller media companies will be recognised in a special category of the upcoming Asian Digital Media Awards.
Thirty editors and journalists from all over Asia are taking part in a new programme to groom future media industry leaders.
Former News Corp chief executive Peter Tonagh leads a new consortium set to take over Australian Associated Press.
Discussions "all the way along the coast" are focussed on filling some the void resulting from News Corp Australia's closure of more than 100 regional newspapers at the end of this month.
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