A new group combining major Australian newsmedia and TV companies will also promote the effectiveness of advertisers' video and display content.
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).
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.
Australia's Judith Neilson Institute will reprise its Asia reporting fellowship in 2020, and is inviting applications.
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.
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.
Readers and national advertisers joined with News Corp today in a unique effort expected to raise a million dollars for Australia's bushfire recovery.
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.
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.
Politics and procrastination look set to follow the Australian government's belated response to the probe into digital platforms of its competition regulator.
SCMP editor in chief Tammy Tam is among seven new members of the World Editors Forum's advisory board.
Mumbrella Asia - Diversified Communications' Singapore-based advertising and marketing website and events company - has announced it will stop publishing "in the next few days".
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.
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