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Global round-up: Turkish journalists face life sentences

Two Turkish newspaper journalists face life prison sentences over a story alleging the Turkish government was sending arms to Syria. BBC News reports that the…

IAB to review viewability standards after GroupM deal

The Interactive Advertising Bureau of Australia is looking to conduct a local market study to determine whether its standards around digital ad viewability need to…

News combines technology and digital teams

News Corp Australia has combined its technology and digital teams, appointing Alisa Bowen to the role of chief technology officer, effective immediately. Ms Bowen was…

Mobile readership grows, but print preferred: emma

News readership on smartphones continues to grow, with 3.6 million Australians accessing news media on a mobile device in 2015, according to the latest Enhanced…

Get automated: the power of programmatic

Automated buying and selling solutions, also known as programmatic, has now reached critical mass, with the potential not only to facilitate process and target a specific audience – but for publishers to benefit from new digital revenue streams.

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Mercury editor leaves as Fairfax announces restructure

Illawarra Mercury editor Alistair Langford-Wilson has resigned ahead of a restructure of the publisher’s Illawarra and south coast operations announced on Thursday. Mr Langford-Wilson is the second…

Global round-up: Google steps into journalism

Google has announced an initiative to assist reporters and newsrooms to identify, collect and publish news. News Lab taps into Google’s own tools like Trends…

Drive.com.au changes gear in redesign

Fairfax Media’s automotive brand Drive.com.au has been redesigned with intending buyers in mind, with a new website that allows consumers to directly ask experts about…

News consumption on rise despite ad challenges

Newspapers will survive into the future despite the continuing fall of print advertising investment and the challenges of monetising digital audiences, according to a media…

Facing up to social media facts

Twitter isn’t the be all and end all for journalists in the social space. Australian reporters should also embrace the social network most of the country uses, argues The Advertiser’s GREG BARILA in The Bulletin.