Wan-Ifra has announced the 2020 winners of its World Digital Media Awards...
The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (Wan-Ifra) recently released the 30th World Press Trends report...
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NEWSWATCH: CAIRO, EGYPT: With Peter Greste freed from jail in Cairo, efforts are now directed at getting his colleagues freed as well...
CAIRO, EGYPT: Egypt's top court hears an appeal today by three jailed Al-Jazeera journalists as expectations of their release grew amid a thawing of Cairo's ties with Qatar, the channel's base...
OTTAWA, CANADA: Canada's largest circulation newspaper, Toronto Star, announced yesterday plans for a tablet edition in the new year, following in the footsteps of another major local newspaper.
MONTREAL, CANADA: Going digital is what's hurting Canadian newspapers, not a lack of revenues or readers, which are both up, says a publishing industry spokesman.
NEW YORK, US: The Midas Awards, for the World's Best Financial Advertising, announced the award winners for the 2012 competition. This year's Midas Grand Jury awarded one Grand Midas, 26 Gold Ingots, 46 Silver Ingots, and 63 Finalists. The 2012 Midas Awards competition received entries from 28 countries and is reputed to be the only international competition that recognises excellence in financial services communications on a global scale.
TORONTO, CANADA: Canada's national daily, The Globe and Mail, on Monday began charging readers a $20 monthly subscription to access news on its website.
OTTAWA, CANADA: Canada's largest circulation newspaper, The Toronto Star, announced yesterday that it plans to charge readers a monthly subscription to access its online edition, after its main competitors also put up so-called paywalls.
MONTREAL, CANADA: Canadian newspaper publishing group Postmedia will eliminate jobs and Sunday editions of three of its titles to save money, local media reported Monday, citing company documents.
TORONTO, CANADA, RENTON, US: comScore, Inc and PMB Print Measurement Bureau have announced the release date of May 26 for their second fused database linking Canadians' online media habits with other media consumption data, along with product and brand usage, all in a single database.
TORONTO, CANADA: comScore and PMB have released their fused database in Canada, combining print readership, internet behaviour and product usage data. The aim is to supply new data that will provide multi-dimensional insights on Canadian print and online audiences, bringing additional value to publishers, agencies and advertisers.