World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers

Date

Mon - 24.11.2014


Microsites

WAN-IFRA is providing summaries of all presentations during the conference, beginning Thursday, 9 June 2011. Please check back for updates. If you wish to receive the summaries by e-mail, send your request to larry.kilman@wan-ifra.org Read more ...

Journalists continue to find themselves in frequent peril for simply doing their jobs as they strive to report the truth in the passionate belief that reporting what they see is the foundation of a healthy democracy. 3 May is World Press Freedom Day. Read more ...

To help create a new generation of civic-minded, literate readers, we must also assure that young people learn about the work and importance of professional journalism. Thanks to more than a decade of World Young Reader Prize entries, we have a wealth of examples of how newspapers can do just that. Read more ...

Summaries of all presentations held during the 21st World Newspaper Advertising Conference taking place from 24th to 25th February 2011 in Malta. Read more ...

The Arab Press Network (APN) is a digital network that supports a strong independent press in the Arab world by sharing, distributing and exchanging information between newspaper publishers, editors, journalists and human rights advocates. Read more ...

WAN-IFRA has created the Asian Digital Media Awards to recognise the best examples of how individuals and organizations have embraced emerging technology and concepts in the Asian Region. Read more ...

WAN-IFRA 13th Asian Media Awards aims to promote the highest publishing standards in the fields of newspaper and magazine design, infographics, printing, editorial content, marketing, community service and photojournalism. Read more ...

16 years of reporting the newspaper business for Asia. Read more ...

WAN-IFRA offers its members and the industry a number of prestigious awards competitions to benchmark their activities with the best of the world, as well as paying tribute to journalists throughout the world in their fight for press freedom. Read more ...

Since 2005, WAN-IFRA has certified several newspaper printing plants based on ISO 12647-3. Use the certification to improve production workflows, quality level, staff know-how, and market position. Read more ...

The International Newspaper Color Quality Club is the only worldwide printing quality competition for newspapers. Its goal is to improve the quality of reproduction and printing in production, while also increasing competitiveness as well as training and motivating all personnel. Read more ...

WAN-IFRA has expanded its conference reporting service to provide more complete executive summaries of conference presentations as an exclusive service to its members, in easy-to-use pdf format documents, which you will find on this microsite. Read more ...

Bridging the gap between media innovation and business excellence. Read more ...

WAN-IFRA’s Declaration of Table Mountain is an earnest appeal to all Africans, particularly those in power, to recognise that political and economic progress flourishes in a climate where the press is free and independent of governmental, political or economic control. Read more ...

Here are the summaries of all speaker presentations at Digital Media Europe, that was held in London from 11-13 April 2011. Read more ...

WAN-IFRA's European Digital Media Awards Europe is the most prestigious competition in the industry for publishers to benchmark their digital offerings. The competition draws innovative publishers from all over Europe who submit their engaging digital media campaigns and content to see where they stack up against their peers. Read more ...

Over the year, WAN-IFRA organises approximately 20 international and region­ally focused conferences. Read more ...

An important objective of WAN-IFRA is to support the supply industry and bring it into contact with the decision-makers in the publishing world. Get in touch with the international news publishing community! Read more ...

Newspaper publishers and printers clearly need to define their printing strategies in the short term and long term, but more importantly, a realistic vision of the technology involved and its application in a coherent strategy is what is called for. We call on all our resources and the industry to explore the "Future Press" vision. Read more ...

WAN-IFRA honours the memory of Lebanese publisher Gebran Tueni with an award designed to encourage the emergence of other courageous and independent publishers, editors and newspapers across the Arab world. Read more ...

The Golden Pen of Freedom is WAN-IFRA's annual award recognising individuals or organisations that have made an outstanding contribution to the defence and promotion of press freedom. Read more ...

WAN-IFRA Ibérica tiene el placer de ofrecerle una importante oferta formativa en español y portugués diseñada para cubrir todas las necesidades de la industria periodística Iberoamericana. No se quede atrás, ¡dirija su empresa al máximo de su potencial! Read more ...

IFRA Track started in the mid 90s as a research project at KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) and IFRA (now WAN-IFRA) in order to foster the communication between global production management and tracking systems and the numerous production devices in the field, mainly for recorders an plate making devices, press and mailroom. Read more ...

Press releases fresh from the industry as they reach us. Read more ...

WAN-IFRA is engaged in numerous news industry initiatives, ranging from rights via content to technology. Find out more about these initiatives and projects, and learn how you and your company can engage and benefit from these. Read more ...

Media employees worldwide face physical violence and persecution of all kinds, whether from public officials, criminals or terrorists. Assaults are daily - and often deadly - for those who challenge governments, report on conflicts or investigate corruption and crime. Read more ...

In its media development work, the WAN-IFRA strategy focuses on bringing a new way of thinking to the sector. WAN-IFRA has become a key player in the field of financial independence and management capacity building, conducting groundbreaking research and developing subsequent media development policies. Read more ...

Be a member of the largest news publishing community, be a member of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers, be a member of WAN-IFRA! Read more ...

WAN-IFRA will be providing summaries of all presentations during the conference, beginning Tuesday, 8 February 2011. Please check back for updates. If you wish to receive the summaries by e-mail, send your request to larry.kilman@wan-ifra.org Read more ...

WAN-IFRA's Newspaper Production Competence Centre provides in-depth know-how about all production-related activities and processes, from prepress to printing to postpress, also including consumables. Read more ...

In countless countries, journalists, editors and publishers are physically attacked, imprisoned, censored, suspended or harassed for their work. WAN-IFRA is committed to defending freedom of expression by promoting a free and independent press around the world. Read more ...

Please check here for presentations, summaries, videos etc. of previous events. Read more ...

Please check here for presentations (participants only), summaries, videos etc. of previous trainings. Read more ...

WAN-IFRA provided summaries of all presentations during the Printing Summit 2011 Conference in Mainz, Germany, held on 6 and 7 April. Read more ...

WAN-IFRA publications range from up-to-the minute headlines of the latest industry news to World News Publishing Focus, the bi-monthly industry trade journal, to in-depth research reports compiled over the space of a year or more. Read more ...

WAN-IFRA will be providing summaries of speaker presentations from the CEO conference at Publish Asia 2011, being held in Bangkok from 27 to 29 April. Please check back for updates. Read more ...

The African Press Network (RAP21) is a digital network that supports a strong independent press throughout Africa by sharing, distributing and exchanging information between newspaper publishers, editors, journalists and human rights advocates. Read more ...

One of WAN-IFRA’s most important activities is research in all areas of newspaper production, digital media development, media business, advertising, organisation and strategy. Read more ...

Exploration, analysis and discussion of the latest breakthroughs and opportunities in the media landscape Read more ...

The most important news of the newspaper industry every weekday, compiled by the WAN-IFRA Publications team. Read more ...

Follow us on social media, join our conversations, engage with our teams around the world. Read more ...

The Materials Management Database project was launched in 2000 by the WAN-IFRA Material Management Committee as a spinoff of the Newsprint and Newsink Guide. Today it is used by printers, pressroom foremen and technical management as an information source for facts and advice for dealing with the materials used in producing newspapers. Read more ...

THE Competence Centre of the Newspaper and Media Industry. Our offering is the first choice for practice-oriented, highly-qualified advanced development in the contemporary media industry. And has been so for nearly 20 years. Read more ...

At WAN-IFRA exhibitions, you will meet the market leaders on the show floor – they contribute to making WAN-IFRA exhibitions the most important showcases of our industry. The offer is extensive and at the same time compact and ideally attuned to your needs. Read more ...

WAN-IFRA provided summaries of all presentations during the WAN-IFRA Latin America Conference in Bogota, Colombia, held on 9 and 10 March. Read more ...

Please continue reading for the latest news about WAN-IFRA events, initiatives, research and campaigns. Read more ...

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The best of the best. European and Asian Digital Media Awards winners will face each other in Amsterdam. These awards recognise publishers who have created groundbreaking digital products that engage readers while growing their online business. Read more ...

The World Editors Forum is the leading network for print and digital editors of newspapers and news organisations around the world. It is built on a commitment to defend press freedom and promote editorial excellence. Read more ...

World Press Trends, the primary and most authoritative source of data on the newspaper industry worldwide, published annually since 1989, is now available in an interactive format: the World Press Trends Database. Read more ...

The World Young Reader Prize honors excellence in newspaper engagement of the young. Read more ...

XMA Cross Media Awards is the most prestigious competition in the industry for publishers to benchmark their digital offerings. Read more ...

The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) helps newspapers, parents and teachers work together to engage the young to create a literate, civic-minded new generation of readers all over the world. Read more ...