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Its latest international expansion targets an English-speaking country whose native newspapers have struggled — but whose citizens haven’t been notably keen on paying for online news.
Plus: A new star-studded show from the Welcome to Night Vale team, the state of Australian podcast listening, and a word on the lack of radio and podcast-related coverage in Fall Arts Previews.
Having faced some difficulties with an earlier era’s attempts in large non-English markets, the Times is turning its focus next to more familiar territory.
Some outlets are turning their cameras sideways. Others are cropping horizontally shot video to fit a vertical screen.
HuffPo is the latest American or British outlet to see Australia as a market for growth. Can it find a niche of its own?
Mexico is the viral giant’s latest target for expansion. Will it continue leading with listicles and nostalgia, or is there more room for news in how it introduces BuzzFeed to new territories?
The Global Mail, launched with much hope less than two years ago, finds itself near closure after its main backer pulls out.
Is newsprint size just a size, or does it have an impact on the sort of stories that run within? The research is mixed.
WikiLeaks didn’t unleash the end to government secrecy some feared (or hoped for). But Julian Assange, holed up in a London embassy, is planning his next act: running for the Australian Senate.
Fairfax Media, owner of the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, is facing major staff reductions and a mining magnate who wants editorial control.