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Newspaper agency bookings up 2.7 per cent

The Standard Media Index (SMI) figures for August 2018 show an increase in agency booking towards newspaper media after three years of declining revenues.

AAP: A news year in review

Revisit the biggest news headlines in the last year, showcased visually through photos courtesy of AAP.

74pc of news media readers rate quality over price: emma

Digital news media is read by 13.1 million Australians, continuing the growing trend for consumers to seek their trusted news, entertainment and information digitally, according...

Curtains close on NZME, Fairfax merger

New Zealand publishers NZME and Stuff Limited have failed to prove why their proposed merger should go ahead, with the country’s Court of Appeals dismissing...

NZ PM joins Herald newsroom for special edition

Daily News Brand of the Year winner The New Zealand Herald has marked the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage with a special edition guest edited...

Facebook adds publisher content checks to news feeds

Facebook launched a new feature in Australian news feeds today called the “context button”, which provides users with more information about the content they are...

GALLERY: Social snaps from the News Media Awards

See if you can spot yourself enjoying the fun at the 2018 News Media Awards!

GALLERY: News Media Awards winners

Check out all the winners and grinners of this year’s News Media Awards

GALLERY: 2018 INFORM News Media Summit

Take a look at all the action from this year’s INFORM News Media Summit!

News Media Awards 2018 winners announced

The winners of this year’s News Media Awards 2018 are:

The Weekend Australian wins News Media Awards top prize

The Weekend Australian has taken out the top prize at 2018 News Media Awards, becoming the inaugural winner of the coveted News Brand of the...

Stuff rebrands for Māori Language Week  

New Zealand publisher Stuff has embraced the spirit of Māori Language Week through the rebranding of its flagship website and print assets to reflect the...