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Global study analysing sexual harassment in newsrooms released by WAN-IFRA Women in News

2021-01-26. New data from a global study analysing sexual harassment in 20 countries finds, on average, 40% of women media professionals have experienced sexual harassment of some kind in the workplace. Women and gender non-conforming media professionals are almost three and a half times more likely to experience harassment than men.

WAN-IFRA releases a new report to help understand audiences in a deeper way

2022-01-24. Our new report looks into how 10 European newspapers adopted an audience-centric mindset during the Table Stakes Europe programme, allowing them to serve their audiences with targeted content, and helping to transform casual readers into loyal subscribers. Their stories can also be explored in our Knowledge Base, a new resource centre dedicated to digital transformation and audience-focused workflows.

Can your newsroom meet the challenge of the climate crisis?

2022-01-20. 2022 will be the year to tackle the complexities of covering climate change says the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ) in a new report. While the obstacles are significant, editors are focused on the challenge.

News media and environmental sustainability: What’s next for ‘green media’?

2022-01-17. News publishers report on climate change with an increased focus – but how does the industry approach its own environmental sustainability? The French press has reduced its ecological impact significantly over the last few years, thanks to a mix of regulations and voluntary commitments. Meanwhile, Schibsted’s approach to sustainability can help individual publishers with decreasing their emissions.

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Ken Doctor’s Lookout Local proving out its model and planning a network

2022-01-14. Ken Doctor and a small, but growing, number of locally minded publishers are beginning to prove they can keep their communities well informed while still running healthy, sustainable news businesses.

WAN-IFRA, FIPP, EMMA, & ENPA condemn the cyber-attack on Portuguese media company, Impresa

2021-01-12. WAN-IFRA, FIPP, EMMA (European Magazine Media Association) and ENPA (European Newspaper Publishers’ Association) strongly condemn the cyber-attack on Portuguese media company, Impresa, which has taken offline both the Expresso newspaper site and SIC TV.

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How Stuff aims to become New Zealand’s most trusted platform

2022-01-11. Founded in 2003 and now New Zealand’s largest media organisation, Stuff, has spent much of the past five years leveraging its reach with the aim of being the country’s most trusted platform while building a sustainable business for itself.

Audience engagement at hybrid-model digital media houses: Tips from Scroll

2022-01-01. Scroll, one of the first purely-digital media outlets in India, follows a hybrid business model that includes reader revenue, advertising, donations and more. Karnika Kohli, growth manager at ScrollStack, believes this makes audience engagement very different for Scroll compared to those who follow a single model.

How a data-centric approach helps increase audience engagement

2021-12-31. Digital transition can at times seem a daunting task, particularly for media houses that have developed a newsroom culture over the years centred on their core product. Getting familiar with data and making use of insights to increase engagement can help, says Esra Dogramaci, Managing Editor at SBS News, Australia.

How The Quint increased traffic by 200 percent in 6 months

2021-12-29. From May to October 2021, India-based digital news publisher The Quint’s traffic went up by around 200 percent. Nidhi Mahajan, Associate Editor (Team Lead), Audience Engagement at The Quint attributes this to the audience engagement strategies the publisher has been pursuing.

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