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Digital subscriptions: the major focus for news brands in 2020

“Publishers trying to shift to reader revenue models in 2020 have to realise that only those with a relentless focus on their customers will succeed.”  

News media photo of the month

Our monthly pick for the most impactful images in news media from AAP.

Warning about products claiming to treat or prevent the novel coronavirus

The TGA has identified certain therapeutic goods such as complementary medicines or disinfectants being inappropriately promoted for the prevention or treatment of novel coronavirus infections in Australia.

Australian Financial Review to drive subscription growth in 2020

“This campaign reminds our audience that subscribing to the Financial Review is key to daily success.”

Applications open for Copy School 2020: Melbourne and Sydney

Only 20 places available in each school for aspiring copywriters

Digital news media audiences grow year on year as readers seek trusted, premium news – emma data

Print audiences remain strong with 12.89 million, or seven in ten Australians (69%), choosing print news formats. 

Employment Advertising Playbook

Tips and tricks to keep advertisers out of trouble

Local election advertising requirements

Electoral material includes any advertisement, notice, statement or representation calculated to affect the result of an election or poll. 

Don’t break hearts this Valentine’s Day

Be aware of advertising restrictions on drinks and meals packages for Valentine’s Day in Queensland

Penalties for allegedly selling or advertising recalled cars with dangerous Takata airbags

It is in breach of the Australian Consumer Law to sell or advertise for sale vehicles with defective Takata airbags that are under active recall

Good Weekend Special Bushfire Edition for Australia Day Weekend

The wraparound will be on the standard January 25 issue.

Brands unite with News Corp Australia to raise more than $1m for bushfire affected communities

Businesses large and small will show their support for bushfire affected communities this week in special editions of News Corp Australia’s metro newspapers.