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News media photo of the month

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

Global news media: trusted content, trusted ads 

Social media, meanwhile, continue to come last in trust studies

Content created with multiple platforms in mind: today’s audience landscape  

Learning to create content without borders

AUSTRALIA’S RIGHT TO KNOW COALITION OF MEDIA COMPANIES CALLS ON THE GOVERNMENT TO AMEND LAWS TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC’S RIGHT TO KNOW

This document provides details to support the position put forward at the National Press Club’s Press Freedom:
On the Line event on 26 June...

Press release: Media leaders unite to demand change to protect Australia’s right to know

The leaders of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Nine and News Corp Australia have today called for better protections of media freedom in a joint presentation...

‘Sitting on a goldmine’: Innovative publishers rediscover value of archive material  

Archiving not only allows publishers to access content produced in the past, but also presents the opportunity for content to be resurfaced and monetised. 

OPINION: Defending the core business of news media

The pursuit of the facts that democracy depends upon in order to survive and thrive

New revenue streams for news media publishers 

What tools are publishers using to maintain and maximise, diversify and develop?  

The rise of paywalls on news media websites  

There are three main types of paywalls used on news media publishing websites: hard, soft and dynamic.  

Lessons from Copy School Sydney 2019  

“We all have something to gain from having an insight into the methods and ideation behind the message” 

Interview with Ray Black, founder of Copy School

Ray is a highly respected leader in the advertising industry for many years. He holds an Order of Australia medal for services to the advertising...

Australia ranked 21st for press freedom

Australia, New Zealand performing well on index for press freedom