Money for nothingThe secret of asking people to pay money for news is belief in the mission: perks and add-ons don't work for the true believers. Former Guardian Australia marketing director Margy Vary gives her insights into how to do contributions right.
Big money for a small audienceGoogle News Showcase is currently a vehicle for media payment masquerading as a news product. It may evolve into something that drives traffic, but at …
The world's biggest social network is losing the story war, and no amount of evidence or reasoning is going to help it. Facebook is currently playing a…
The Conversation is the new face of public mediaThe university/news hybrid that began 10 years ago in Melbourne provides one model for how public media can work in the digital era. In this in-depth i…
How to become a TV natural: Paddy Gower on exposing soulPatrick Gower, or Paddy as he is known, was one of my first and favourite New Zealand news discoveries. In this podcast he explains how he established …
Defamation capital of the worldThis week Crawford Media speaks to defamation lawyer Hannah Marshall about the implications of the High Court's decision in the Voller case. Are we all…
Michael Miller and the Digital News AcademyThe Digital News Academy is a 3-year, 250-student program for working journalists within News Corp and other smaller media companies. In this podcast N…
Buying a stake in local news: Simon CrerarFormer Buzzfeed Australia boss Simon Crerar talks about his local news startup PS Media for the first time. This is a bold move involving community co-…
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