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Update – Port Phillip Publishing penalised

Online publishing company and former director found liable for misleading and deceptive statements about mimicking the Future Fund.

Water filter cartridge company’s watery claims

Saipol Technologies, a water filter cartridges business, has acknowledged it was likely to have breached the Australian Consumer Law.

How news media influence society

The morning news habit has long been an important part of Australian life, as it is around the world.  

News media advertising can increase sales, market share, loyalty and profit

NewsWorks UK finds strong evidence for the power of news media in the marketing mix

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 2019.

Update for the advertising cats and dogs for sale in Victoria

The Domestic Animals Amendment (Puppy Farm and Pet Shops) Act 2017 amends the Domestic Animals Act 1994 and reforms the dog breeding and pet shop industries in Victoria and better regulate the sale of dogs and cats.

Samsung in hot water over misleading claims

The ACCC has instituted proceedings in the Federal Court against Samsung Electronics Australia alleging it made false, misleading and deceptive representations in advertising the water resistance of various ‘Galaxy’ branded mobile phones.

Metro news media read by more than half the population – emma April data

Metro news media is read by 9.5 million Australians, representing more than half (51%) our 14+ population

NewsMediaWorks questions accuracy of PwC 2019-2023 Print Advertising Forecasts

NewsMediaWorks asserts that there is an underlying and unexplained pessimism in the PwC forecasts that negatively impacts market sentiment in dangerous ways.

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 at the National Press Club (NPC) in Canberra.

‘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.