Newsmedia industry

New ‘Centralian’ gives News another reason for print

Sep 03, 2023 at 05:05 pm by admin

A couple of years in the making, Red Centre weekly The Centralian Today made its first appearance this weekend. Star News managing director Paul Thomas said there had been an.... Read More

CherryRoad bursts into production with two plants

Sep 03, 2023 at 03:15 pm by admin

Fast-growing US regional publisher CherryRoad Media has leapt forward again with the acquisition of eight newspapers and two print operations. Owned by 40-year-old New Jersey.... Read More

Barclays keen to regain Telegraph as auction approaches

Aug 29, 2023 at 02:38 pm by admin

As interest builds in an upcoming auction of Telegraph Media Group, former owners the Barclay family are reported have secured UAE funding to enable them to make a better offe.... Read More

News desert fear behind US media’s push on JCPA rights

Aug 24, 2023 at 09:44 am by admin

Supporters of the bipartisan US Journalism Competition & Preservation bill are pointing to the fifth of the population that lives in a news desert or in a community at r.... Read More

Why PIJI thinks it might be better if we had fewer printed papers

Aug 23, 2023 at 01:12 pm by admin

Is life better without printed newspapers? The author of the Australian News Data Report thinks it might be. Public Interest Journalism Initiative head of research Gary Dicks.... Read More