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Digital Partnerships panel: Tech giants and publishers

“We need to make sure that it’s fair regulation that doesn’t stifle innovation.”  

INFORM 2019 Wrap-up  

The 2019 INFORM News Media Summit brought together media and marketing minds from across the region to discuss the big issues facing the industry today.

Changes to cookies may have major ramifications for digital advertising 

Cookies, data tracking and fingerprinting: Google’s latest update to Chrome  

News literacy initiatives promote critical thinking and understanding  

Governments and organisations around the world are attempting to combat misinformation through education initiatives  

What is metadata? What is personal data?

Metadata is essential for any person (or computer program) that needs to find and organise information.

ACCC Preliminary report submissions: selected extracts and key points  

The inquiry has considered a range of issues related to the digital landscape

Should news media subscriptions be tax-deductible?  

Working towards a sustainable future for the production of news media  

Ok Google, tell me the news: The future of voice and news media  

How will the growth of voice and audio impact the news media industry?  

Britain follows Australia’s lead in digital platforms scrutiny 

The British government has announced that it will probe the impact of Google and Facebook on the media 

Nine, NewsCorp and Seven West on the ACCC preliminary report into digital platforms  

“The report highlights the impact the digital platforms have as unavoidable business partners and gateways between news media businesses and both consumers and advertisers”

The ACCC releases preliminary report on digital platforms

ACCC goes hard on Facebook and Google, raises concerns about the impact on news media consumers in Australia.

Hard-hitting, trusted news still sells, in digital and print

Traditional news media is alive and well, says The Australian’s CHRIS MITCHELL, but the free ride for digital tech giants must come to an end.