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New Programme to improve climate change journalism

On the World News Day, WAN-IFRA and Temasek Foundation have launched a new programme based on strengthening climate change journalism. Targeting journalists and editors from Asia, the training programme will build the capability of…

24sata reinvents as Croatia’s top media company

JoomBoos, owned by Croatia’s top media outlet 24sata, is the country’s most-watched YouTube channel catering to Generations Z and Alpha. Matej Lončarić, Director of Video Operations and media brands JoomBoos & miss7, explained how…

Malawi Media Freedom Committee officially launched

The launch of the Malawi Media Freedom Committee (MFC) underlines the importance of a free press in holding power to account. On October 14, a digital room was full of media professionals waiting for the big announcement: the launch of the…

The Atlantic jumps on paid newsletter bandwagon

American magazine and multi-platform publisher The Atlantic jumps on the paid newsletter bandwagon with nine new emails for subscribers. They are rolling out subscriber-only newsletters, editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg announced, bringing…

Norwegian publisher Amedia strengthens local news offering

Amedia, Norway’s largest publisher of local news titles, reaches about two million daily readers, of which 660,000 are paying subscribers. The company launched its new and improved digital multi-subscription offering, +Alt, in May 2020 with…

French daily Le Telegramme opts for COLORMAN e:line

The media group Le Télégramme, based in Morlaix - Brittany (France), has decided in favour of the future-oriented technology of the COLORMAN e:line with its comprehensive automation equipment ‘autoprint’ and placed an order with manroland…

A campaign called ‘Journalists at the border’

Thirty Polish media have recently launched a ‘Journalists at the border’ campaign in response to a state of emergency which restricts journalists from accessing the length of the Polish-Belarusian border. The state of emergency, introduced…

BBC Online chief Neil McIntosh becomes The Scotsman editor

Neil who worked as Managing Editor of BBC Online and previously held roles on The Wall Street Journal and The Guardian has announced as a new editor of The Scotland. He spent his early journalistic career on The Scotsman and Edinburgh…

Digital ad revenues of Meredith surpass magazine revenues

Media conglomerate Meredith has achieved an 11 percent hike to $902 million for its fiscal 2021 second-quarter YoY, and a 4 percent hike to $1.595 billion for its first half. That was driven, in large part, by digital ad sales. It has…

Vox appoints Swati Sharma as new Editor-in-Chief

Vox Media has announced Swati Sharma, Managing Editor at The Atlantic, as the new Editor-in-Chief of Vox—the premier explanatory journalism network. Swati joins Vox during a moment of tremendous growth and will oversee its website’s…