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Advertising and the 2020 Olympic Games

Emblems and names for the Tokyo 2020 Games and other intellectual property associated with the Olympic and Paralympic Games are protected in Japan by the...

GSK and Novartis feel pain over misleading Voltaren claims

GSK and Novartis admitted that from January 2012 to March 2017, they marketed Osteo Gel as being specifically formulated and more effective than Emulgel in treating osteoarthritis related...

Publishers and readers are both working towards sustainability

Australian publishers were early adopters of sustainable practices

Australia’s newspaper recycling still among world’s best 

NewsMediaWorks Newsprint Recovery Figures Report for 2018

Advertising and Anzac Day

Protection of Word ‘ANZAC’ Regulations were made in 1921 under the War Precautions Act Repeal Act 1920 to protect the word ‘ANZAC’, and any word...

Advertising flu shots

When advertising ‘seasonal influenza’ (flu) vaccination service, providers may only indirectly reference the vaccine (flu shots) administered as part of the service by identifying it...

Boomtown: rethinking advertising in regional Australia

“Only 10% of national media budgets are spent regionally, despite 36% of the country’s population living there.”

News media across platforms read by 17.4 million people: emma data

Across print and digital, news media is read by 17.4 million people, or 94% of the population.

News literacy initiatives promote critical thinking and understanding  

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

ACCC Preliminary report submissions: selected extracts and key points  

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

News media focus on trust, value of information in latest campaigns  

News media focuses on trust, purpose and the value of information in latest campaigns  

Expedia Australia penalised for misleading ‘puffery’

A recent tribunal decision in Canberra will have ongoing implications for businesses, particularly those who provide booking services or platforms.