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NewsMediaWorks CEO featured in TrinityP3 podcast on trust

“I think people are now returning to print journalism and their related websites, because they can trust them”

‘The truth is worth it’ central message behind The New York Times campaign  

Gripping video series puts the spotlight on the dangerous work investigative journalist do to deliver the truth  

NewsMediaWorks members awarded Innovation Fund grants

Several member publications received grants from the Australian Communications and Media Authority.

AAP Photo of the Month

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

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

ACCC Chair Rod Sims has raised concerns over the lack of regulation that digital platforms encounter in Australia.

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.

Australia remains in top 20 for press freedom

Australia, New Zealand performing well on index for press freedom

Walkley Awards 2018: True Crime, investigative reporting and regional coverage take out top honours

The 63rd Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism were announced in Brisbane, recognising the cream of the crop in Australian journalism. The awards selected the best talent across 30 categories...

INFORM18 VIDEO: Jarrod Dicker reframes our view of success

Jarrod Dicker, founder of Po.et, made it clear in his presentation at the INFORM News Media Summit that value and success is not measured as...

Walkley Award-winning journalist Evan Whitton dies, aged 90

Journalistic giant Evan Whitton, most famous for uncovering police corruption and his coverage of the Street Royal Commission, has died.

Need to pay… no joke, says comedian Oliver

British comedian John Oliver has joined a growing chorus of concern about the need to pay for serious journalism to maintain its role in society....

$48m hospital upgrade after newspaper campaign

Work will begin this year on a $48 million upgrade of facilities at The Tweed Hospital, on the NSW far-north coast, following a campaign by...