Publishers confront new problems in safeguarding truth, trust and journalist security in the digital era. Maggie Coleman reports
Maggie Coleman listens to ideas from Bali, India and Singapore
Wahyu Dhyatmika and Scilla Alecci led a Publish Asia masterclass through the process of collaborative investigation. Maggie Coleman reports
Opportunities in regional Queensland and the issue of trust were discussed when the state's Country Press Association held its annual meeting and awards last Friday
Independent publishers in Queensland have been scrambling for new printing arrangements after the news that Horton Media was to close.
WAN-Ifra has recognised the leadership contributions of two women in its 2018 laureates awards.
Tax demands have become a common denominator in the gradual demise of Cambodia's independent media.
Marginal advertising growth in national newspapers and a 10.1 per cent increase in digital ad spend have been hailed as a "renaissance" of Australia's news brands.
News Corp Australia's much-vaunted commitment to printed newspapers may be coming to an end with new priorities to "markets in growth".
Parallel sessions were the order of Publish Asia's second day, but one everyone wanted to hear was about changes at the South China Morning Post.
It all comes down to trust, whether it's the differentiating trust readers have in newsmedia, or the belief your social media partner won't change the product terms on which you've built a relationship.
The 'investment phase' staff at the South China Morning Post say the Hong Kong newspaper is on brought dividends for owner Jack Ma in the 17th Asian Media Awards last night.
Singapore Press Holdings' diversification into real estate has taken a step further with the unveiling of a mixed development with Japanese developer Kajima Development.
Women in editorial leadership are again recognised by an award made by WAN-Ifra in partnership with Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency SIDA.
Journalists from across Asia are being invited to apply for the tenth round of the Asia Journalism Fellowship.
Over on America's east coast Peter Coleman looks at what's important to newsmedia companies, and what still hasn't changed
The high risk game of concert promotion looks an unlikely play for newsmedia companies looking for brand diversification.
These are the winners of next month's 17th Asian Media Awards; the only question is who won what.
A mix of both print and digitally-focussed sessions are in the line-up for next week's America East Media Business and Technology Conference.
Hyderabad, the capital of the four-year-old state of Telangana, is to play host to WAN-Ifra's twenty-sixth India Conference in September.
Australia's NewsMediaWorks has dumped the globally-known 'PANPA' brand in what it says is an "important evolution" of its annual awards.
Inserted magazines from national daily The Australian will be part of a News Prestige Network publishing division as the publisher reimagines the former 'advertising proposition'
A groundbreaking programme to jumpstart digital transformation in newsrooms of all sizes is the subject of a special session at the America East conference next month.
Australia's appetite for newsmedia has grown again, as the country gradually falls out of love with social media.
Independent publishers and startups will get a chance to make a success of 28 local newspapers as Fairfax Media puts more than a third of its New Zealand print titles on the block.
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