Fears for letterpress museum after state pushes ahead on stadium

There are fears for Australia’s largest-remaining letterpress museum following a contentious decision to resume the land it stands on for a new sports stadium. The NSW...

Fears for letterpress museum after state pushes ahead on stadium

There are fears for Australia’s largest-remaining letterpress museum following a contentious decision to resume the land it stands on for a new sports stadium. The NSW...


NEWSMEDIA INDUSTRY

‘Kindred spirits’ look to create consequential media company

Cox Enterprises’s acquisition of Axios Media is being seen as a commitment to journalism and a natural progression for both companies. Cox had already started buying in...

Winning over journalism’s critics a topic for Congress
Once more with feeling: reading the paper is good for your brain
Rolled up: Era ends for footy papers after extra time

CONTENT & MARKETING


DIGITAL PUBLISHING

Meta renewing news deals: Don’t hold your breath

Around the world, Facebook successor Meta is making it clear it wants out of paying for publishers’ content… and it’s not waiting to be asked. In the US, A...

BVOD viewers stream in as The Block goes bush
There goes one now: Digital vision proves pigs can fly

VENDOR PROMOTIONS | DIGITAL

Care for your brand and your profitability – the future of print production

The number of print editions sold by newspapers has decreased over the years as the digital editions grow in range and scope. But the brand of a newspaper continues to be inex...

Automated real estate brings news close to home

What makes a story newsworthy? The answer to that question used to be determined by newsrooms alone – the point of view was purely journalistic (writes Cecilia Campbell)...

As part of the migration to this website platform, we're making our back print editions available for download as PDF. Here are four issues which we think you might find of interest:

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