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NewsMediaWorks CEO featured in TrinityP3 podcast on trust

“I think people are now returning to print journalism and their related websites, because they can trust them”

‘The truth is worth it’ central message behind The New York Times campaign  

Gripping video series puts the spotlight on the dangerous work investigative journalist do to deliver the truth  

emma delivers most complete picture of publisher audiences with first release of audience data featuring calibrated Nielsen Digital Content Ratings

This new audience data will deliver consistency between industry currency data sources, improve accuracy and better reflect the total audience of publisher brands.

NewsMediaWorks members awarded Innovation Fund grants

Several member publications received grants from the Australian Communications and Media Authority.

emma upgrade to deliver ‘the world’s most innovative and accurate cross-platform audience data’

The new audience data will deliver consistency between industry currency data sources, improve accuracy and better reflect the total audience of publisher brands.

AAP Photo of the Month

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

Kleenheat pays $25,200 penalties over discount claims

Wesfarmers Kleenheat Gas has paid penalties totalling $25,200 after the ACCC issued two infringement notices for alleged false and misleading representations made about gas prices.

Employsure in court over misleading advertising and unconscionable conduct allegations

Civil proceedings have been instituted against employment relations company Employsure for allegedly misleading small business consumers that it was, or was affiliated with, a government...

South Australian man faces criminal charges for dealing with counterfeit and unapproved medicines

Following investigations by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) the Adelaide Magistrates Court sentenced a South Australian man in relation to illegal acts involving counterfeit therapeutic...

ASIC warns Coffs Harbour locals to watch out for super spruikers

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission is warning the public that superannuation spruikers promoting illegal use of self-managed super funds (SMSFs) are operating in the...

ASIC commences action against financial publisher and its director

ASIC has commenced proceedings in the Federal Court against Port Phillip Publishing, an online financial publisher and Australian financial services licence holder, and its director...

Event ticket resale South Australia

The safest way to buy event tickets is through the authorised ticketing agencies for the event.