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Social/search: Tech function to spot toxic comment launches at NYT

Tech function to spot toxic comment launches at NYT A program to identify toxic comments has launched across the New York Times site, creating more...

PODCAST: Memories of Bill Leak

Bill Leak was the editorial cartoonist for The Australian up until his sudden death in early March. In this podcast, I talk to several of...

PODCAST: Future of selling advertising

Self-service, automation and programmatic for print are some of the innovations being adopted or investigated by publishers as they drive greater efficiencies inside their businesses....

The Australian’s Indigenous coverage snares two Walkleys

An investigation into serial killings of Indigenous children in the small town of Bowraville has won The Australian two honours at the 2016 Walkley Awards...

PODCAST: Media in the post-truth era

 In an age where voters seem to value feelings over facts, what’s the way forward for news media companies and how should they make editorial decisions. The idea...

Castaways: publishers seek audio audience

News Media companies are pursuing the commercial opportunities and highly engaged audiences up for grabs in the world of podcasting. The Courier-Mail is captialising on the strong...

PODCAST: Everyone wants to change marketing without understanding it

Marketing professor and consultant Mark Ritson is an outspoken critic of many popular ideas that fail to deliver results. In this episode of Press Play we...

Paper’s podcast scoops radio nominations

National newspaper The Australian has scooped six nominations for the Walkleys, including two in the radio category for a podcast. The News Corp-owned title has...

PODCAST: How to grow print ad revenue by 19%

News Corp Australia’s Community Media Agency team in Queensland grew print ad revenue by 19% last year. In this episode of Press Play, we explore...

PODCAST: Agency CEO with a client’s perspective: Mark Lollback, of GroupM

The head of Australia’s largest media agency, Mark Lollback, chats about disruption, the evolution of ROI, social media ad metrics, and the future of “misunderstood...

Fairfax launches crime podcast

Capitalising on the widespread popularity of true-crime podcasts such as Serial, Fairfax Media has launched its own investigative podcast series. The six-part series, Phoebe’s Fall, follows the life...

PODCAST: When to drop print and when to stand strong

Two newspapers launch an impressive tablet app: one kills off its daily print edition, the other stands by its newspaper. The tale of these two...