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WAN-IFRA News

WAN-IFRA News

2010-03-11 Español Français Deutsch The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) will devote a large part of Printing Summit 2010 next month to an issue of growing concern to the publishing and printing industries - and to the general public as well: "green" publishing, or how to adapt business needs to environmental concerns. Read more ...

2010-03-11 Español The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) has condemned a series of abductions involving journalists in the Mexican border region of Reynosa. Read more ...

2010-03-10 Verdens Gang in Norway has long been ahead of the curve in web and multimedia strategy. Leading that activity has been Torry Pedersen, who has joined the programme of the World Newspaper Congress, to be held in Beirut, Lebanon from 7 to 10 June next. Read more ...

2010-03-09 The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) and the International Association of Sports Newspapers (IASN) have welcomed the release of two sports journalists being held hostage in Nigeria. Read more ...

2010-03-09 Newspaper companies are seeing a surge in the number of people producing local content themselves, through blogs, social networks, video and other web tools. Many publishers see this as an opportunity to provide local content to their audiences and to target products and services from local businesses, thus strengthening their role at the heart of their local communities at the same time. Read more ...

2010-03-08 The FIFA World Cup in South Africa later this year offers newspaper companies the opportunity to expand multimedia news coverage to attract new audiences and revenues, and few are doing more than Italy Read more ...

2010-03-05 Newspapers around the globe are innovating their advertising practices in many ways, both big and small, and the best examples were on display this week at the World Newspaper Advertising Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. Read more ...

2010-03-03 Deutsch Call it "finger food" content or "fast food" news - publishing for smartphones offers new opportunities for newspaper companies, and the International Newsroom Summit, to be held in London in April, will provide news executives with the latest strategies for providing compelling news to ever-present portable devices. Read more ...

2010-03-01 The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) has condemned the sentencing in Rwanda of three journalists on charges of invasion of privacy. Read more ...

2010-02-25 Español Deutsch Français Adam Smith, who writes the influential "This Year, Next Year" research series for Group M, caused a stir at the end of last year when he revised his advertising forecast upwards for the first time in 18 months. Read more ...

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