World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers

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Wed - 01.10.2014


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2014-09-30 With 50 per cent of its traffic now on mobile, the New York Times is testing new advertising formats and attracting a base of both first time users and loyal subscribers. Read more ...

2014-09-24 Developing paid-content strategies and digital advertising, while important, are simply not enough to tackle the challenges of the media’s digital transition. Investing in revenue diversification and technology, and promoting a deep culture change within media companies, are also essential. Read more ...

2014-09-23 Just in time for the inaugural World Printers Forum conference, the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) has released a new report on newsprint waste management that is designed to produce savings for newspaper companies and printers and help the environment as well. Read more ...

2014-09-22 The Norwegian local media group Amedia has been named World Young Reader News Publisher of the Year for putting young people in the heart of its overall readership strategy. Read more ...

2014-09-18 The Rural Media Network Pakistan (RMNP) presented its 2014 Sadiq Press Freedom Award, supported by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA), to the son of murdered journalist Malik Mumtaz Khan at a ceremony held at Punjab College in Ahmedpur East province. Read more ...

2014-09-17 Benjamin Shaw, a digital innovator from Shaw Media in the United States, has joined the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) as Senior Digital Consultant. Read more ...

2014-09-17 Finding sustainable business models for digital news media is important both for business and for the health of democratic society, news publishers were told at the WAN-IFRA India 2014 Conference, now underway in Delhi. Read more ...

2014-09-16 Lisa MacLeod, Head of Operations for ft.com, Marco Bardazzi, Digital Editor of La Stampa, and Alison Gow, Editor for Digital Innovation at Trinity Mirror Regionals, have joined the programme for the upcoming International Newsroom Summit, to talk about how editors can transform the culture of their newsrooms as the digital revolution becomes embedded. Read more ...

2014-09-09 It’s been almost five years since The Guardian launched its first mobile app, and the way readers consume the news has radically changed. A new live news app was clearly needed. Read more ...

2014-09-08 The Finnish Newspapers Association has been designated a “Center of Youth Engagement Excellence” by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) for its 50 years of introducing youth to news and teachers to how to use that news in the classroom. Read more ...

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