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PODCAST: Fair Dealings or Bust, why NZ media are boycotting Olympic accreditation

Tensions between international sporting bodies and media companies trying to protect Fair Dealings provisions.

How Fairfax NZ hit 2m by re-engineering its newsrooms

Stuff.co.nz – Fairfax Media’s prized digital asset in the proposed merger with NZME – has achieved a unique monthly audience two million. However to get there, the company had to completely overhaul its newsrooms and re-evaluate the role of print.

Integration central: inside NZME

APN News & Media’s freshly listed New Zealand business NZME is looking to merge with Fairfax Media’s NZ assets, but how does this integrated company operate?  LACHLAN BENNETT visits the group at the centre of the country’s game-changing media deal.

Election online: did the bells and whistles stack up?

From social media election debates, to interactives and games, NewsMediaWorks takes a look at how news media companies enhanced their election coverage and reader engagement…

PODCAST: Papers in politics

In this episode we explore how news consumption behaviours have changed between the 2013 and 2016 federal elections

Special report: The APN exit

The decision by APN News and Media shareholders to demerge its New Zealand business and APN’s decision to sell its Australian regional newspapers marks not only the prospective exit of the company from print but completely changes the dynamics of the industry in both countries.

A stadium to save a city: Townsville Bulletin’s big win

“The result highlights the important role newspapers play in fighting for their readers and making their communities better places to live.”

Stay true to concept, says top marketer

FLEXIBILITY is the key to a great advertising campaign, but staying true to the original concept and intent can be difficult, according to the 2015 PANPA Marketer of the Year Alice Bradbury.

Inside Carat’s vision for 100pc digital by 2020

Carat Australia’s chief digital officer Sarah James provides an insider’s view of the agency’s 100 per cent digital vision, how publishers can remain relevant and the scarcity of video programmatic inventory.

Apple Watch 12 months on

It has been 12 months since the launch of the Apple Watch, and while the platform plays host to a number of news organisations internationally, the jury is out on whether the device lived up to its hype.

Brave new world: the browser that blocks and sells ads

Recently launched web browser Brave promises to simultaneously block ads, sell its own, protect user privacy and provide a revenue stream for publishers, users and itself, but US newspaper publishers are not happy.

Phil Hillyard: the first newspaper Canon Master

A passion for sport that launched a career has led to The Daily Telegraph photographer Phil Hillyard being named the first newspaper Canon Master.