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Copenhagen to host WAN-IFRA's World News Media Congress in 2024

The World Association of News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) has announced that the 75th World News Media Congress will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark from 27 to 29 May 2024, in partnership with Danske Medier, the Association of the Danish Media.
The congress, which draws together media leaders, journalists and editors from around the world, will take place at the Tivoli Congress Center.

Astro AWANI, Tatler and SPH Media emerge as the biggest winners of the Digital Media Awards Asia 2022

The WAN-IFRA's Digital Media Awards Asia recognise news media organisations that are leaders in the adoption of digital media and mobile strategies in response to how people consume news and information. One hundred and forty-five entries were submitted in this year’s competition.

Grow your audiences - WAN-IFRA launches new round of Tables Stakes Europe

WAN-IFRA is launching the fourth edition of Table Stakes Europe in partnership with the Google News Initiative. This performance-driven programme, focused on change management, is a collaboration with Table Stakes architect Doug Smith. The programme will once again welcome twenty-four European news enterprises participating in 2023.

WAN-IFRA strengthens its presence in Spain and Latin America

WAN-IFRA announces the strengthening of its presence in Spain and Latin America. The announcement comes as the association is preparing to host more than 900 news media executives and editors at its annual World News Media Congress, which will be held in Zaragoza, Spain, from 28-30 September.

Eight news organisations will participate in the new WAN-IFRA business innovation programme in Latin America

News organisations from Colombia, Mexico, Panama and Uruguay will be part of the first "Newsroom & Business Transformation Program" in Latin America. After the successful launches in Asia and the Middle East last year, WAN-IFRA is expanding the programme to the Latin American region, with the support of the Facebook Journalism Project.

Six APAC news publishers picked for landmark newsroom and business transformation programme

A new batch of six APAC news media companies will embark on the second edition of the Newsroom and Business Transformation Asia (NBTA) programme. It follows the success of the last year's groundbreaking initiative. The programme starts this week and will run until November 2021.

Twenty-eight news editors and journalists across Asia begin six-month Young Media Leaders Fellowship

The second annual round of The Young Media Leaders Fellowship (YMLF) is launched today with a new batch of twenty-eight high-potential mid-career editors and journalists from nineteen publications in eleven countries. The YMLF is an initiative of the World Editors Forum Asia Chapter and WAN-IFRA supported by Temasek Foundation. The programme offers leadership and professional development and networking opportunities through dedicated online and physical platforms.

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