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.
Is Seven West a serious bidder for the former Fairfax Australian Community Media division - or is it being mentioned only to drum up interest in the sale as TV rival Nine looks to divest bits in which it has no interest?
Two former media owners from historic publishing families are backing a new venture which aims to fill a void created by the acquisition of Fairfax Media by Nine.
Community Impact Newspaper's march into the US country music capital of Nashville has accelerated with the acquisition of recent start-up Rover.
With potential bidders being lined up in what might be only a three-horse race, there's more to Nine's divestment of the former Fairfax Australian Community Media than who buys the mastheads.
Gurugram in Delhi - also known as Gurgaon - is to be the venue for this year's WAN-Ifra India conference in September.
News Corp is bidding to raise readership levels at source by backing a campaign to boost literacy levels in the country.
Publishers are being urged to promote the sustainability of newspapers by running specially-produced advertisements this month on Indian Newspaper Day.
A fourth-generation family member could be a lifesaver for the 130-year-old Hillston and Ivanhoe Spectator as 87-year-old Patrick O'Sullivan plans his retirement.
News Corp is taking a punt on winning even more revenue and market share in 2019 with a swathe of changes to its Australian leadership team.
Dates to note for Publish Asia 2019, now set for May 7-9 May in Singapore, include a reminder to hurry along with entries for the Asian Media Awards.
Amid the 'raindrops on roses' and other delights resulting from tropical cyclone Owen, I got to thinking of Julie Andrews' 'brown paper packages tied up with strings' when a substantial parcel turned up yesterday (writes Peter Coleman).
Five Jang Group daily editions and the jobs of almost 1000 staff are under threat as Pakistan's media crisis deepened.
An Australian algorithm regulator, able to probe Google and Facebook's opacity, is among recommendations of a preliminary report by the country's competition watchdog.
The newsletter of the Australian Newspaper History Group has celebrated its 100th edition with the story of the 1979 agreement on "direct input" of journalists' text, 20 years before it was founded.
Increasing advertising revenue to publishers would be a simple way in which Google could help journalism, the ABC's Gaven Morris says.
While sometimes appearing to relish reporting staff cuts at rival Fairfax Media, News Corp Australia tends to be tight-lipped about changes in its own workforce.
Literally like a white rabbit out of a hat, A$100 million has popped up to celebrate and encourage quality journalism in Australia.
INMA is taking its European Media Innovation Week to Hamburg next year for a conference, seminar and study tour.
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