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Newsletters are making a comeback, offering publishers the opportunity to build a direct relationship with their audiences. Amina Boubia, Program Specialist for the Program on Independent Journalism, shares some examples from the organisations that are doing it right.Read more ...

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Looking back on Claude Bellanger's legacy, WAN-IFRA CEO Vincent Peyrègne explores how the founder's motivations are still the driving force behind WAN-IFRA's efforts to champion sustainable model for news in the digital age, freedom of expression and the rights of journalists around the worl…

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From Watergate to the Panama Papers, investigative journalism that relies on confidential sources and whistleblowers has proven essential to the maintenance of democracies and open societies internationally, writes journalist and researcher Julie Posetti.Read more ...

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US President Donald Trump and former FBI Director James Comey don’t agree on much anymore. One of the more alarming sentiments they did share near the end of Comey’s chaotic tenure last year was an exchange in which Trump suggested that journalists might talk about their sources “if they spe…

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US President Donald Trump and former FBI Director James Comey don’t agree on much anymore. One of the more alarming sentiments they did share near the end of Comey’s chaotic tenure last year was an exchange in which Trump suggested that journalists might talk about their sources “if they spe…

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"Our challenge is: How do we get the best out of our 1,000 salespeople? How do we get 1,000 salespeople who can take 2 million businesses by the hand and navigate them on this difficult journey?" says Morgan Stevenson, Director of SME Solutions for Newsquest, one of the UK's largest regional…

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The Turkish President Erdoğan’s habit of confiscating cigarettes and eliciting a promise from the owners to give up famously involved the Bulgarian Foreign Minister in 2016, and inspired the Cumhuriyet columnist Kadri Gürsel’s comment 'Erdoğan Wants to Become the New Father to Turks'. Last w…

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April 2018 - This guidance note proposes the terms of reference for the nominating committee of WAN-IFRA that will lead the process for the appointment of the forthcoming Vice President and other non-executive board members (re-election and new appointments).Read more ...

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Learn more about how you can support World News Day, a new initiative aimed at raising awareness about the value of fair, independent journalism.Read more ...

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Tamedia in Zurich, Switzerland, is acquiring Basler Zeitung from Zeitungshaus AG and in return selling their interests in the Tagblatt der Stadt Zürich, Switzerland’s oldest newspaper, and other freesheets to Zeitungshaus AG.Read more ...

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At Axios, cross-functional collaboration and a focus on delivering the best possible news experience are key. Chief Design Officer Alexis Lloyd explains what else sets the start-up apart from other news organisations.Read more ...

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Many publishers that have launched successful subscription strategies in the last years are intensifying their engagement efforts with their readers – all geared toward improving retention. For NRC in The Netherlands, that means putting readers at the forefront of editorial decisions and giv…

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"This is all about looking at users from a business point of view, and what we want them to be," said Gadi Lahav, Head of Product for the FT. "We know people pay for habits. So we want to focus on habits. Habits are the best way to increase engagement."Read more ...

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The scramble to address misinformation and rebuild trust in journalism has created numerous initiatives to understand and fix the problem. But most well-funded projects are driven by, and focused on the US and EU markets. The Global Council to Build Trust in Media and Fight Misinformation wi…

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As part of the INJECT project, the MOOC brings together the knowledge, technology and network developed so far to support creativity in journalism.Read more ...

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After six months of planning and hard work, Grupo América, the second most important media group in Argentina, joins the digital portals of hard news in the country with its A24.com project.Read more ...