The affects of Facebook's pivot away from news media are being felt in earnest as publications relying on social media begin to close shop
Adelaide's 25-year-old indie music rag Rip It Up will close.
Celebrity chef website Eatlove has secured partnerships with some of the top foodies in Australia, yet publishers and a Murdoch, writes StartUp Smart reporter Michelle Hammond.
What is to "publish" in the digital age? Search engines are now targets as we wake up to the fact the law says we're publishing every time we go online.
Not-for-profit media organisation Right Now is a lesson in socially responsible and creative online publishing, writes Sanjay Fernandes, a freelance writer and journalist.
The situation of Fairfax Media, with three editors standing down in one day, make this a good time to think carefully about what journalists mean by editorial independence.
The owners of a once-busy map shop in Sydney have announced it will close down this weekend. Izzy Perko is out of a job -- and lamenting a sign of the digital times.
Business Spectator and Eureka Report figurehead Alan Kohler has stepped aside as CEO of the two websites to focus on journalism and strategy, as the company hires new blood to expand and entrench its band of popular publications.
OMMA magazine put together its picks for the 100 most important online publishers right now. And while NY Times nabs the number one spot, the list is a nice mixture of old and new media, social media sites and independent publishers.
The founder and head engineer of Google News reveals some tricks of the trade, including how to predict what information readers want and how to go about delivering it.