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News media continues to grow cross platform audiences

The top 10 most read mastheads in Australia continue to deliver large scale, influential audiences.

Finalists for the 2019 News Media Awards announced

From a field of 500 entries from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region, the awards recognise excellence in news publishing

News Media Awards 2019: Finalists Announced

To be announced 21 August 2019.

Interview with international journalist Prue Clarke, Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism & Ideas 

JNI will provide grants for projects encouraging quality journalism and media literacy, as well as hosting “lively events on the big issues of the day”.  

Crack down by TGA on non-compliant advertising of devices

The advertising of bioresonance has been the subject of previous regulatory compliance actions.

Breast thermography not to be trusted

If you see a clinic advertising thermography in place of mammography to detect breast cancer, please report it to us.

News media photo of the month

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

The biggest problem facing marketers: how to earn trust  

As brands make bigger promises and compete for positive consumer sentiment, they look to marketing professionals to help them build more trust.  

How news media influence society

The morning news habit has long been an important part of Australian life, as it is around the world.  

News media is read by 94% of the population: latest emma data

“Australia’s news media has been built on a foundation of providing trusted, independent, professionally generated news content.”

$10 million bitter pill for Peptide Clinics Australia

The Federal Court ordered that Peptide Clinics Australia pay $10 million to the Commonwealth for breaches of the mandatory rules for advertising of medicines, including the ban on advertising prescription-only medicines to the public.

Penalties and refunds over energy discount claims

Dodo and CovaU have paid penalties totalling $37,800 and $12,600 respectively after the ACCC issued each energy retailer with infringement notices for alleged misleading claims about discounts available on their energy plans.