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2010-02-24 When it comes to success on the web, more newspapers are focusing on creating loyal audiences, rather than hoping that success will come simply from increasing traffic through the search engines and news aggregators. Read more ...

2010-02-18 The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) and the World Editors Forum have condemned the prosecution in Nigeria of editor and publisher Mallam Tukur and called on the government to decriminalise libel as a matter of urgency. Read more ...

2010-02-18 The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) and the World Editors Forum have condemned the murder of journalist Mohammed Shu Read more ...

2010-02-17 With traditional business models for news companies under pressure, the hunt is on for alternative ways to pay for quality journalism. The World Editors Forum, to be held in Beirut, Lebanon, in June, is dedicating a session to these alternative funding models. Read more ...

2010-02-16 Deutsch The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) is looking well beyond the current generation of newsrooms and has dedicated its 9th International Newsroom Summit to helping publishers and editors stay ahead of the changes that are profoundly shaping their world. Read more ...

2010-02-11 Français Deutsch Tom Curley, CEO of The Associated Press, has joined the programme of the World Editors Forum and will address a new development in the news business that would have been unthinkable a few years ago - newspapers reducing their coverage by dropping their subscriptions to news agencies. Read more ...

2010-02-11 Français The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) has condemned the closure of the Moroccan newsmagazine Le Journal Hebdomadaire and the apparent use of the judicial system to silence an independent publication. Read more ...

2010-02-10 Deutsch While much attention is paid to the advances made by internet and other digital news delivery channels, traditional print technologies have been advancing as well. Though these developments often get less public attention, they are just as significant for the future of the news business. Read more ...

2010-02-09 Print circulation alone no longer accurately represents the true measure of newspaper audiences. And website traffic, by itself, doesn't say much, either. Print and web together are what advertisers need, and what will be provided at the World Newspaper Advertising Conference, to be held on 4 and 5 March in Copenhagen, Denmark. Read more ...

2010-02-04 Deutsch The Lebanese Prime Minister, Saad Hariri, has agreed to open the World Newspaper Congress, World Editors Forum and Info Services Expo 2010, the global summit meetings of the world's press, to be held in Beirut, Lebanon, from 7-10 June next. Read more ...

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