Government probes companies’ power on TV apps

Tech companies’ market power, “unilaterally inserting themselves” between Australians and free news and other content, has come under scrutiny during a Senat...

Government probes companies’ power on TV apps

Tech companies’ market power, “unilaterally inserting themselves” between Australians and free news and other content, has come under scrutiny during a Senat...


NEWSMEDIA INDUSTRY

Buoyed by support, publishers ask for $20 million in Budget

Australia’s Local & Independent News Association has asked the government to support the industry to the tune of almost $20 million in the next three years. Executi...

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New York dailies you haven’t heard of change hands
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CONTENT & MARKETING

AI aids score stories, headlines to boost reader time spent

Powerful AI tools are ushering in a new era of innovation, efficiency and engagement for media, according to Ring Publishing’s Agnieszka Leśniewska. In an INMA ideas bl...

How tighter paywalls drove subscriptions growth
Appeal response rates suggest ongoing support for news
AI-cloned voice keeps readers up with the latest news

DIGITAL PUBLISHING

Government probes companies’ power on TV apps

Tech companies’ market power, “unilaterally inserting themselves” between Australians and free news and other content, has come under scrutiny during a Senat...

Webinar Tuesday to launch AI Unlocked programme
Foxtel’s new bid for everyone’s streaming audience

VENDOR PROMOTIONS | DIGITAL

Automated real estate brings news close to home

What makes a story newsworthy? The answer to that question used to be determined by newsrooms alone – the point of view was purely journalistic (writes Cecilia Campbell)...


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