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Start spreading the news: Apple says its News Partner Program is "a new set of initiatives to expand Apple’s work with and support for journalism."

Published in Business IT

The telecommunications industry regulator, the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has opened applications for Australian news businesses wishing to register for the News Media and Digital Platforms Mandatory Bargaining Code.                  

Published in Technology Regulation

The head of Australia’s competition regulatory authority, Rod Sims, says disruption and dislocation in media markets - and a regulatory imbalance between traditional media and digital platforms - should concern all Australians.

Published in Technology Regulation
Friday, 12 April 2019 10:05

Treatment of Julian Assange a valuable lesson

London police dragged whistleblower publisher and award-winning journalist Julian Assange out of his place of political refuge yesterday. Apart from anything else it is a valuable lesson about the true nature of those who rule over us.

Published in Beerfiles
Thursday, 08 November 2018 10:21

ACCC gives green light to Nine-Fairfax merger

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will not oppose a proposed merger between Fairfax Media and Nine Entertainment announced in July.

Published in Deals

Google and Facebook together accounted for 99% of the online advertising industry's growth last year, according to the Canadian research firm Pivotal Research.

Published in Open Sauce

The 2017 IT Journalism Awards have been revamped to now include two new awards – one for the Best Information Security Journalist and the other a “technology issues” award recognising work that tackles technology issues.

Published in Strategy

Inmarsat’s Global Xpress high-speed satellite broadband service offers ‘new opportunities’ to enhance capabilities for news gathering, broadcasters and content creators worldwide

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 23 October 2013 13:17

Alan Jones in breach of code, again

Alan Jones is in hot water yet again, this time from the communications watchdog for comments about power station closures and climate change.

Published in Technology Regulation
Wednesday, 08 June 2011 12:19

CSIRO offers $5000 Journalist 'Award'

Australia's national government body for scientific research in Australia, the CSIRO, has decided it wants to 'acknowledge and celebrate journalists alongside CSIRO's scientists and researchers' for the first time, offering a $5000 travel grant to the journalist judged by the CSIRO's judging panel that best used 'exceptional reporting' that promotes the awareness and impact of science to Australians.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Saturday, 18 July 2009 18:24

NASA remembers Walter Cronkite

Walter Cronkite died at his New York home at 7:42 p.m. Friday, July 17, 2009. Known as "the most trusted man in America," he was especially enthusiastic about the U.S. space program, reporting the Apollo 11 Moon landing almost in its entirely.

Published in Space
Adam Smith, a British reporter volunteering to help the Obama campaign and file at story for his newspaper was caught on camera seemingly admitting to plagiarism, abruptly resigning and dissing the publications and people he worked for – all while drunk. He’s now the latest newly unemployed YouTube sensation!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
A survey a study by Bulldog Reporter and TEKgroup International, Inc. shows how journalists are increasing their usage of Web 2.0 technologies to research, follow and report news and features.

Published in A Meaningful Look
CNN has for two years been accepting online contributions for possible inclusion in its news sites, but in February it launched a service enabling members of the public to post news items for display with no intermediate editing of filtering by CNN staff. It is proving to be quite a success.

Published in Networking
Google subsidiary YouTube has launched a CitizenNews section with the stated aim of becoming "the go to destination for news on the web." With many people now going first to Google for news does this mean they could soon not be going to traditional news sites at all!

Published in Cornered!




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