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Advertisers, PwC join with MFA in transparency probe

Australia’s national advertisers’ association, the AANA, will work with the Media Federation of Australia to develop an action plan for greater transparency in the media...

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Mercury editor leaves as Fairfax announces restructure

Illawarra Mercury editor Alistair Langford-Wilson has resigned ahead of a restructure of the publisher’s Illawarra and south coast operations announced on Thursday. Mr Langford-Wilson is the second...

Nate campaign leads to Churchill Fellowship

Ben Martin, the journalist behind The West Australian’s hugely successful Pledge for Nate anti-drink driving campaign, has been awarded a scholarship to study successful models...

Plight of homeless student touches Age readers

A 19-year-old student living under a bridge while studying for university entrance exams is preparing to move into a house for the first time in...

New Fairfax sites to chase niche audiences

Two new digital news outlets have been launched by The Sydney Morning Herald to pursue a niche audience using in-house content and staff. Celsius, covering...

Refusal to sign away rights behind World Cup ban

A refusal to sign away rights protected under fair dealing provisions of Australian and New Zealand law is behind the decision by three major media...

Seven West executive Liam Roche to step down

Seven West Media’s chief operating officer Liam Roche has announced he will step down next month. Mr Roche served in the role for a year,...

News consumption on rise despite ad challenges

Newspapers will survive into the future despite the continuing fall of print advertising investment and the challenges of monetising digital audiences, according to a media...

News to launch broadsheet WSJ international edition

A new international broadsheet edition of The Wall Street Journal is set to be launched by News Corp’s Dow Jones unit in September, replacing the...

Agencies and publishers must ‘think like entrepreneurs’

Publishers need to treat digital disruption as a restructuring challenge and not a sales or revenue problem, entrepreneur and former Lonely Planet executive Gus Balbontin...

CEOs sleep out for homeless appeal

The business leaders sleeping on a sheet of cardboard for the Vinnies CEO Sleepout next week are not under any illusions that the homeless fundraiser...

AFR launches knowledge campaign

Members of the media industry are being encouraged to share knowledge they would most like to hand on, as part of a new trade marketing campaign...