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$32,400 paid by Kogan for alleged false and misleading advertising

Online retailer Kogan.com has paid penalties totalling $32,400 following issue of three infringement notices by the ACCC. Kogan is a major online retailer and is well-known for selling electronic products.

Digital brand looks to publish print editions

PerthNow, the website companion to News Corp Australia newspaper The Sunday Times, is looking to publish mid-week newspapers prior to long weekends during 2016. It…

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Mercury editor leaves as Fairfax announces restructure

Illawarra Mercury editor Alistair Langford-Wilson has resigned ahead of a restructure of the publisher’s Illawarra and south coast operations announced on Thursday. Mr Langford-Wilson is the second…

Seven West executive Liam Roche to step down

Seven West Media’s chief operating officer Liam Roche has announced he will step down next month. Mr Roche served in the role for a year,…

News consumption on rise despite ad challenges

Newspapers will survive into the future despite the continuing fall of print advertising investment and the challenges of monetising digital audiences, according to a media…

Press sales booming: Manroland

Press manufacturer Manroland has reported strong performance in 2015, in a healthy sign for the print industry. Manroland web systems have brought in more than…

Advertiser takes honours in SA Media Awards

The Advertiser’s state political editor Daniel Wills has been named Journalist of the Year at the SA Media Awards in Adelaide. Mr Wills received the…