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¡Felicidades a los Ganadores y Finalistas de los Premios Digital LATAM 2022 de WAN-IFRA!

2022-07-06. WAN-IFRA se enorgullece en presentar a los finalistas y ganadores de la octava edición de los Premios Digital Media LATAM. Este año, los miembros del jurado internacional analizaron a detalle alrededor de 120 proyectos de 62 empresas de medios diferentes provenientes de 13 países de América Latina para elegir a un ganador en cada categoría. Agradecemos la destacada participación del jurado.  

Nikkei Asia and Media Indonesia emerge as the biggest winners in this year’s Asian Media Awards

2022-05-23. Now in its 21st year, WAN-IFRA’s Asian Media Awards (AMA22) aims to promote the highest publishing standards in the fields of newspaper and magazine design, infographics, editorial content, marketing, community service, revenue diversification and photojournalism.

Del papel a digital: los casos de éxito de Copesa (Chile) y Gazeta do Povo (Brasil)

2022-05-17. En la sesión, titulada Reducir el papel: aprendizajes de dos pioneros que apostaron de lleno por el digital, han participado Alejandro Trujillo, director de Audiencias y Estrategia Digital de Copesa (editora, entre otros medios, de los periódicos La Cuarta y La Tercera), de Chile; y Ewandro Schenkel, director de Gazeta do Povo, de Brasil. La moderación ha corrido a cargo de Andiara Petterle, consultora experta en transformación digital.

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Potsdam’s Matthias Voß: ‘Printed newspapers will continue to exist’

2022-03-23. After more than 30 years in the industry, Matthias Voß retired as Head of Printing at Pressedruck Potsdam GmbH at the end of February. In this interview, he shares his insights about the major production changes of recent decades as well as how he sees regional newspapers in Germany developing in the years to come.

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FAZ’s Gierth: ‘We see print as an important part of our core business’

2022-02-15. With the most recent edition of our World Printers Forum newsletter, we introduced a new series of interviews. Our first is with Andreas Gierth, Head of Production and Strategic Procurement at Germany’s Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, who talks to us about why they decided to outsource their printing, how they maintain high quality standards and how he sees the future of print.

Winners of South Asian Digital Media Awards 2021 announced

2021-12-23. Malayala Manorama’s manoramaonline.com bagged the ‘ Best in News Website’ South Asian Digital Media Award for the third time in a row. Among the winners are The Hindu, Hindustan Times, The Quint, Mojo Story, NDTV Convergence, Times of India Digital and Sakal.

Golden Pen of Freedom Awarded to Jimmy Lai and the Apple Daily Newsroom in Hong Kong

2021-12-01. Jailed media tycoon Jimmy Lai and the newsroom staff of his now shuttered Hong Kong newspaper, Apple Daily, have been named as recipients of the 2021 WAN-IFRA Golden Pen of Freedom award

WAN-IFRA announces the winners of the 2021 Digital Media Awards Worldwide

2021-11-30. The winners of the 2021 Digital Media Awards Worldwide demonstrate that successful news publishers understand their audiences expect excellence at every level: engaging storytelling, powerful images and purposeful design that combine to add insight and meaning to consumers’ lives. Likewise, the most effective services and campaigns are highly focused on the needs of users.

Best in Print Awarded at WAN-IFRA Indian Printers Summit

2021-11-23. The Indian Printers Summit 2021, WAN-IFRA’s in-person event, hosted the “Best in Print Asia 2021” this year. The event also saw the release of WAN-IFRA’s Special Report on ‘Guide to print using 40gsm newsprint’.

Three Outstanding Newsroom Leaders Named Laureates of WAN-IFRA Women in News Editorial Leadership Award

2021-11-12. WAN-IFRA Women in News is proud to announce the recipients of its 2021 Editorial Leadership Award. Edyth Kambalame, Editor of The Nation on Sunday in Malawi, has been named Laureate for Africa; Nyein Nyein Naing, Editor-in-Chief of the now shuttered 7Day Digital in Myanmar, has been named Laureate for Southeast Asia; and Samia Nakhoul, Middle East Editor for Thomson Reuters, has been named Laureate for the Arab Region.