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WAN-IFRA News

2010-01-19 The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers, the World Editors Forum and the International Association of Sports Newspapers have called on the Angolan government to better protect journalists following the January 8 murder of a sports journalist in an attack on the Togolese national football team Read more ...

2010-01-15 Deutsch WAN-IFRA, the global, industry organisation for the newspaper and news publishing industry, is very pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Christoph Riess as the new Group Chief Executive of the enlarged WAN-IFRA industry representative body. This appointment follows the merger of the World Association of Newspapers (based in Paris) and IFRA (based in Darmstadt) during 2009. The appointment will take effect from February 1st 2010. Read more ...

2010-01-15 Deutsch Roman Gallo, the founder of one of the most talked about hyper-local newspaper projects in the world, the Nase Adresa in the Czech Republic, has joined the programme of the World Newspaper Advertising Conference and Expo, to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 4 and 5 March next. Read more ...

2010-01-11 The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) and the World Editors Forum have called on the Iranian government to immediately release all jailed journalists and end its crackdown on the media that began after the disputed 2009 election. Read more ...

2010-01-07 Deutsch Although circulation has been the common currency for setting advertising rates in print, advertisers are looking for much more than just numbers when it comes to on-line audiences. Read more ...

2010-01-06 Español Français Deutsch Slimming down is the name of the game during today's challenging economic times, and many newspaper printing operations are turning out high-quality products with fewer personnel and even lower costs than ever before. Read more ...

2010-01-06 Español The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) and the World Editors Forum have condemned the killing of five journalists in four separate attacks that took place during March in Honduras. Read more ...

2010-01-06 Español Français Deutsch Slimming down is the name of the game during today's challenging economic times, and many newspaper printing operations are turning out high-quality products with fewer personnel and even lower costs than ever before. Read more ...

2010-01-06 Matt Kelly, the Digital Content Director of Trinity Mirror Read more ...

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