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Google's radio news plans alarming: News Corp's Michael Miller

Tuesday 12 February, 2019

Michael Miller knows news, and he knows radio.

He is now the Executive Chairman of News Corp Australia and was previously the CEO of APN, which owns the Australlian Radio Network.

Miller is concerned by a new trend he sees happening world wide in the emerging audio space.

Google is urging radio stations to format and bookmark their audio news content in a way that will enable the world wide search engine giant to slice and dice content to deliver it to its consumers in a way that suits their preferences.

New studies about trust in media, smartphones... and Christmas songs

Thursday 08 February, 2018

At the start of each new year there are a range of studies and reports looking at media and journalism the past year and in the coming 12 months.

AsiaRadioToday has taken a look at four of the latest studies and summarises them for you.

 

The gift that keeps on giving - Holiday season radio listening.

Protecting journos and fact checking in the #DonaldTrump era #RDE17

Monday 20 March, 2017
Speaking at today’s RadioDays Europe conference, Hannah Storm from the International News Safety Institute made a plea for the safety of journalists.

The rise of Donald Trump and similar politicians has seen “a contagion spread and journos have become a target of that,” said Storm.

The phenomenon of fake news and the trolling campaigns and online harassment against individual journalists, lead by people like Trump “can’t be ignored” according to the News Safety Institute.

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