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Australians among world’s ‘distrusting’ nations, but we have faith in news media

The Edelman Trust Barometer reveals where people go to for trusted information, and a decline in trust in social media.

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’: The incredible risks taken by investigative reporters

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

emma upgrade to deliver ‘the world’s most innovative and accurate cross-platform audience data’

The new audience data will deliver consistency between industry currency data sources, improve accuracy and better reflect the total audience of publisher brands.

Should we be concerned about AI in journalism?

2019 is predicted to be the year of artificial intelligence in news media, but is this the end of human journalism? 

Innovation the key to digital transition

News media needs to be more innovative in its design to attract and retain print and digital subscribers while appealing to young people

Five reasons news media change behaviour

Find out why newspapers just work when it comes to influencing consumer behaviour

Deloitte: Social media in decline, multitasking millennials and newspaper subscriptions on the rise

2018 Deloitte Media Consumer Survey reveals some interesting trends for news media

NT News celebrates outlandish headlines in latest book 

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Croc!’ remembers the headlines that ‘crocked the world’

Recycling of newspapers in Australia is world class

We remain firm in our commitment to maintaining Australia’s world-class newspaper recycling rate

How a newspaper is made

The story of your news, from plantation to printing

The circular economy represents massive opportunities for news media

NewsMediaWorks responds to the NSW EPA’s discussion paper on the circular economy, Too Good To Waste.