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ANHG completes its century as newsletter of record
ANHG completes its century as newsletter of record

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.

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Beware of 'handing the keys' to Google, says Morris
Beware of 'handing the keys' to Google, says Morris

Increasing advertising revenue to publishers would be a simple way in which Google could help journalism, the ABC's Gaven Morris says.

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Oops! News slips out salary and redundancy detail
Oops! News slips out salary and redundancy detail

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.

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Judith Neilson commits $100m for journalism institute
Judith Neilson commits $100m for journalism institute

Literally like a white rabbit out of a hat, A$100 million has popped up to celebrate and encourage quality journalism in Australia.

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Full programme planned for European media week
Full programme planned for European media week

INMA is taking its European Media Innovation Week to Hamburg next year for a conference, seminar and study tour.

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Sharemarket levels Nine and Fairfax as Catalano 'bid' fails
Sharemarket levels Nine and Fairfax as Catalano 'bid' fails

There was last-minute fun and games for Fairfax Media shareholders as former Domain chief executive Antony Catalano expressed an interest in taking over the business, without - it was decided - formalising a bid.

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It's going to be Mega in Vegas in February, say organisers!
It's going to be Mega in Vegas in February, say organisers!

Advertiser and subscriber revenue are neatly divided into B2B and B2C tracks at the upcoming the Key Executives Mega-Conference 2019 in Las Vegas.

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Nine-Fairfax deal cleared by Aussie regulator
Nine-Fairfax deal cleared by Aussie regulator

Australia's competition regulator has given the go-ahead to Nine Entertainment's merger/acquisition with/of Fairfax Media.

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Print deadline for Malaysia's oldest tabloid
Print deadline for Malaysia's oldest tabloid

Malaysian daily the Malay Mail will cut staff and concentrate on digital publication when its print edition ceases at the end of November.

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Advertorial print wrapper launches News' Fox Cricket
Advertorial print wrapper launches News' Fox Cricket

News Corp has turned to print with a 32-page supplement to its Australian metro tabloids to launch its Fox Cricket pay-TV channel.

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Centenary special charts the success of a family newspaper
Centenary special charts the success of a family newspaper

Any doubts about the health of Australia's regional press might be dispelled by the 152 tabloid pages of The Leader presented to readers on the occasion of its centenary in July.

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$50m savings from 'synergies' as Fairfax cuts more print
$50m savings from 'synergies' as Fairfax cuts more print

Cuts across Nine and Fairfax Media have been outlined to shareholders ahead of a vote on the merger, while the newsmedia company continues to cut NSW print staff.

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Yaffa Media's father figure dies, aged 84
Yaffa Media's father figure dies, aged 84

David Yaffa - the man who turned a family business based on printing and a newspaper block service into today's magazine and events media house - has died aged 84.

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Whittaker named to take Sky role as Frangopoulos departs
Whittaker named to take Sky role as Frangopoulos departs

Journalist and editor Paul Whittaker moves to a management role this month, replacing Angelos Frangopoulos as chief executive of Sky News operator Australian News Channel.

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Ifra India: Taking stock of what it's all about
Ifra India: Taking stock of what it's all about

There's a slightly haunted look around the stands at WAN-Ifra's India Conference this year: If visitors from other world markets perceive an ongoing charmed life, local vendors don't see it like that.

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Stuff and NZME seek Plan B as appeal court blocks merger
Stuff and NZME seek Plan B as appeal court blocks merger

Assuming its own merger into Nine Entertainment goes ahead, Fairfax Media will have to decide what happens next now the NZ Court of Appeal has ruled out the merger of its Stuff business with NZME.

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Australia's best news brands are News brands, say judges
Australia's best news brands are News brands, say judges

Rupert Murdoch's The Weekend Australian was sporting a brand new strapline to its masthead this morning after being named 2018 News Brand of the Year in last night's rebadged awards.

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Inform scores Marks, but Ritson says we've (lost) it
Inform scores Marks, but Ritson says we've (lost) it

One way or another, most speakers at Friday's Inform News Media Summit agreed Facebook and Google were doing a great job. At marketing.

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SPH's $321 million investment in student beds
SPH's $321 million investment in student beds

Straits Times publisher Singapore Press Holdings has bought 14 student accommodation buildings in the UK, providing beds for almost 3500.

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UK-based PRCA eyes growth in southeast Asia
UK-based PRCA eyes growth in southeast Asia

London-headquartered Public Relations and Communications Association has launched in southeast Asia with a dozen regional members.

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Tariff reversed but 'damage done' to US newspapers
Tariff reversed but 'damage done' to US newspapers

America's NewsMediaAlliance has welcomed reversal of US tariffs on imported Canadian newsprint as the "right call".

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Dance Boss Printers lift hearts but miss out on $100k
Dance Boss Printers lift hearts but miss out on $100k

Let's hear it for the Spotpress team in Seven TV's Dance Boss, unluckily pipped in the final four of the Australian dance competition.

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Hywood looks back on seven-years with 'last' report
Hywood looks back on seven-years with 'last' report

There was a touch of the royal 'we' when Fairfax Media chief executive Greg Hywood - who is 64 next month - looked back on his seven-year tenure as head of the Australian publisher.

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News Corp invites staff to tell it where to go
News Corp invites staff to tell it where to go

Big and disruptive ideas are in demand as part of a News Corp initiative to boost innovation.

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Question Marks? Nine head agrees to Inform keynote
Question Marks? Nine head agrees to Inform keynote

With so many issues to resolve and questions to answer, Nine Entertainment chief Hugh Marks becomes the 'must hear' speaker at next month's Inform News Media Summit in Sydney.

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