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Panpa Bulletin : July 2010
Making the world a brighter place Total Ink Solutions For more information, contact us on Tel +61 2 9752 1200 - W www.dic.com.au - E email@example.com NEW editorial and management structures are evolving at newspaper publishers across Australia and New Zealand as they adapt to changing reader habits and new technologies. Kiwi broadsheet, the Dominion Post, is the first newspaper to make public its plans for a revitalised editorial team to capitalise on digital audiences. The move by the Fairfax Media- owned newspaper comes as its chief executive, Brian McCarthy, forecast his company would integrate print and digital as a result of a five-year strategy being considered by the board. APN, the largest newspaper pub- lisher in New Zealand, has appointed a new Editorial Director, Shane Rodgers, scooped from Queensland Newspapers, to take leadership of editorial operations in print and digital. A stream of digital-related ap- pointments has continued to come out of Australia's largest publisher, News Ltd, as it begins to create what other industries might interpret as an emerging product-management structure. The only major publisher with much of this work complete is Singapore Press Holdings, which is currently focusing on diversification, having launched and immediately sold-out its first residential apartment block. Fairfax's Mr McCarthy told The Bulletin: "Personally, I have no doubt the integrated model is best because it suits our customers and there is a match with our internal capabilities." His flagship in NZ, the Dominion Post, has just replaced the traditional position of chief reporter with a Head of News, appointing Grahame Arm- strong to the role. Editor Bernadette Courtney said that when she returned to the Wel- lington-based paper a year ago she wanted to reorganise newsroom priorities. "You've got to think about the reader. A good story is a good story but it's about how you get it out there," she said. She circulated a document -- "News- room 2010: A case for change". It dovetailed with readership reviews that began in 2008. ALL CHANGE Publishers revamp to capture new audiences CONTINUED PAGE 2 LORY PA AD AWARDS WINNERS Greer McDonald New Zealand Correspondent World-leading videographer, Dan Chung of The Guardian in Britain, will hold a workshop at the PANPA Future Forum in Sydney on August 27. A$995 NZ $12 July 2010 IRRESISTIBLE FORCE OF BRIAN McCARTHY Page 8 Pages 12-14 ARE YOU LIKE A PUBLIC SERVANT? UNION IN DRAMATIC MERGER TALKS Page 3 FIRST iPAD APPS . . .WETESTDRIVE SELL GREEN NOW: AGENCIES Page 5 GOING GREEN Page 19 Above: Dan weaves his magic with fascinated locals in Bangladesh Future Forum preview Dan discusses his art 6 3