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Show dates still in place for Asia, with All in Print number one
Show dates still in place for Asia, with All in Print number one

All in Print China - which attracted more than 100,000 visitors in 2018 - is set to be this year's biggest printing trade show following the postponement of DRUPA.

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SCMP goes virtual for flagship China conference
SCMP goes virtual for flagship China conference

Hong Kong daily the South China Morning Post is to transform its flagship China Conference event to a virtual, interactive format.

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Nod from ACCC means Seven can get on with strategic plans
Nod from ACCC means Seven can get on with strategic plans

Seven West Media will be able to proceed with other M&A plans, now that the merger of its Pacific Magazines with Bauer Media has been given the nod.

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News mouthpiece warns potential buyers off AAP
News mouthpiece warns potential buyers off AAP

Potential purchasers of Australian Associated Press are being warned off a possible deal by media controlled by client and shareholder News Corp Australia.

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JNI cash puts News in the way of a scientific view on climate change
JNI cash puts News in the way of a scientific view on climate change

News Corp Australia has surprised its critics with the launch of a web series on climate change.

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AAP, Pagemasters call it a day as subscribers disconnect
AAP, Pagemasters call it a day as subscribers disconnect

Australian Associated Press has announced it will close its Newswire and Pagemasters editorial production services mid-year.

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de Briganti going bush for bushfire benefit
de Briganti going bush for bushfire benefit

Former head of EidosMedia's Australian outpost Lodovico de Briganti is going bush again this year.

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Search alternative 'makes things worse' for journalists
Search alternative 'makes things worse' for journalists

A proposal that federal police should "ask first" before raiding journalists' homes risks making it still harder to report on what the government is doing.

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Brands' digital content in new push with newsmedia and TV
Brands' digital content in new push with newsmedia and TV

A new group combining major Australian newsmedia and TV companies will also promote the effectiveness of advertisers' video and display content.

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Up the apples and pears to dream of a new national daily
Up the apples and pears to dream of a new national daily

That rare commodity, a print readership statistic, puts a measure on how much work Antony Catalano might have to do if he wants to reprise ambitions for the Canberra Times as a national newspaper (writes Peter Coleman).

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Political decision may have forced McClatchy bankruptcy
Political decision may have forced McClatchy bankruptcy

McClatchy's pensioners, who have outlived family ownership of the 163-year-old company, are not the only ones standing to lose as it takes Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

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Judith Neilson Institute seeks fellows for second Asia programme
Judith Neilson Institute seeks fellows for second Asia programme

Australia's Judith Neilson Institute will reprise its Asia reporting fellowship in 2020, and is inviting applications.

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Alden chases Lee as Buffett opts to be banker, landlord
Alden chases Lee as Buffett opts to be banker, landlord

The anticipated deal for Lee Enterprises to acquire BH Media's publications and the Buffalo News has been eclipsed by news this morning that Alden Global Capital's MNG Enterprises has taken a 5.9 per cent stake in Lee.

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The Press works late, but newsmedia have left the building
The Press works late, but newsmedia have left the building

See in there if you like, a metaphor for the newsmedia industry: A wine bar and music venue remains as the only connection to what was once the grand headquarters of Tamworth's Northern Daily Leader.

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Advertisers chip in as News repositions on climate change
Advertisers chip in as News repositions on climate change

Readers and national advertisers joined with News Corp today in a unique effort expected to raise a million dollars for Australia's bushfire recovery.

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Murdoch and News hose down bushfire criticisms with $10 million cash
Murdoch and News hose down bushfire criticisms with $10 million cash

Rupert Murdoch and News Corp chief executive Robert Thomson have weighed in to stress the company's role and commitment during Australia's bushfire disaster.

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Update: Seven may push ahead on Prime despite vote
Update: Seven may push ahead on Prime despite vote

Not withstanding a vote against it by "bullies" Bruce Gordon and Australian Community Media boss Antony Catalano, Seven looks set to push ahead with plans to acquire Prime.

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Platforms responses promise delay and could impact 'copyright'
Platforms responses promise delay and could impact 'copyright'

Politics and procrastination look set to follow the Australian government's belated response to the probe into digital platforms of its competition regulator.

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Two more Asian editors join WEF advisory board
Two more Asian editors join WEF advisory board

SCMP editor in chief Tammy Tam is among seven new members of the World Editors Forum's advisory board.

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Retreat: Diversified cuts losses with Mumbrella Asia closure
Retreat: Diversified cuts losses with Mumbrella Asia closure

Mumbrella Asia - Diversified Communications' Singapore-based advertising and marketing website and events company - has announced it will stop publishing "in the next few days".

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i's right as UK readies a new wave of regional competition
i's right as UK readies a new wave of regional competition

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.

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Irreplaceable 'memories' going under the hammer this weekend
Irreplaceable 'memories' going under the hammer this weekend

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.

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New Stuff/NZME merger proposal includes offer of editorial 'ringfence'
New Stuff/NZME merger proposal includes offer of editorial 'ringfence'

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.

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Media meets government as High Court adjourns
Media meets government as High Court adjourns

A meeting with the communications minister and attorney general has left Australian media chiefs hopeful of changes to the laws affecting press freedom.

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Setting the scene for Digital Media Asia's Hong Kong
Setting the scene for Digital Media Asia's Hong Kong

Media freedom has an altogether different meaning in Hong Kong, where I arrived yesterday evening ahead of WAN-Ifra's Digital Media Asia event.

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