#BehindTheHeadlines: Editor’s letter to Danish journalists shot in Ukraine

2022-03-03. Two Danish journalists are “lucky to be alive” after being shot and injured in Ukraine while reporting on Russia’s invasion of the country. Ekstra Bladet Editor-in-Chief Knud Brix tells of their ordeal.

German BDZV supports action alliance disaster relief in support of Ukraine

2022-03-02. The Federal Association of Digital Publishers and Newspaper Publishers (BDZV) has launched an advertising campaign designed for German newspapers to solicit donations for Ukraine.

WAN-IFRA’s International Color Quality Club contest open for registration

2022-03-02. WAN-IFRA’s World Printers Forum announced today that registration for the International Color Quality Club (ICQC) 2022–2024 is open. The ICQC is the global print quality contest for newspapers and magazines.

FASTlab: a new hub for creative and transdisciplinary innovation and creation

2022-02-28. Paul Egglestone, Head of the School of Creative Industries in the College of Human and Social Futures at the University of Newcastle, describes FASTlab, a new hub for creative and transdisciplinary innovation and creation.

Nordic news publishers support independent journalism in war-torn Ukraine

2022-02-28. Right now people are fleeing for their lives in Europe. The war in Ukraine is killing victims, and it is often said the first victims of war are always the truth. Therefore, Bonnier News has decided to support the media and media organisations operating in Ukraine with 1 million kronor.

Behind BloombergQuint’s thriving subscription business

2022-02-28. BloombergQuint (BQ), a joint venture of Bloomberg News and Quintillion Media, was one of the first Indian digital companies to implement a paywall in 2018. As of the end of 2021, it now has 65,000 paying subscribers.

Take our survey on the hybrid newsroom

2022-02-28. We need your input on a survey to assess the state and future of the newsroom. Will all newsrooms be hybrid? The survey will take five minutes to complete and is available in English, French German, Spanish and Portuguese.

Ukraine Conflict – Resources for Journalists and News Organisations

2022-02-25. The conflict in Ukraine presents numerous challenges to local and international journalists and news organisations in how to cover the Russian military invasion safely and securely. A number of media support organisations are making resources freely available to help guide journalists on the ground and news editors working from outside the country.

World’s press demands Russia and Ukraine protect journalists covering conflict

2022-02-24. As the Russian military began its offensive in Ukraine overnight, WAN-IFRA and the World Editors Forum called for journalists covering the unfolding conflict to be afforded the maximum protections. 

NIKKEI’s new app feature deepens users’ engagement, knowledge and loyalty

2022-02-24. NIKKEI, Japan’s largest financial publisher, has launched a new version of its mobile app, NIKKEI Wave, showing users how much knowledge they are gaining about the topics they care about by analysing the content they engage with – ultimately making that measurement a key part of their daily life. | Sponsored Content

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