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18 months in, the SCMP is on a very different footing. This is what CEO Gary Liu did to turn things around."No communication, lack of trust, lack of transparency: that became the number one issue we had to tackle."
A summit, the media, and a $25-million gamble.What exactly did newsrooms get out of sending their journalists to the Trump-Kim summit? The numbers don't add up.
Erin Cook’s newsletter is brash, funny, and an indispensable guide to Southeast Asia news.Sometimes if you can't find what you want, you'll just have to write it yourself. This is how one Australian journalist is building a community around her newsletter.
How Australia’s Stockhead uses the best of digital marketing to build a niche audience of stock traders.Custom audiences, re-targeting, lookalikes. Not the kind of stuff you'd hear in a newsroom. That's the difference.
Coconuts, once a fast-growing BuzzFeed-style site in Asia, takes a hard right into memberships.The digital ecosystem is “all fucked up,” says founder Byron Perry. But will people pay for his content?
The News Lens in Taiwan is doing what most media startups won’t — it’s acquiring its peers.With its second acquisition in three months, co-founder Joey Chung is taking a page out of Vox's playbook.
If you’re looking for Asia-based podcasts, check out Splice’s guide. Help us grow this list.And for some amazing conversations around media and marketing, we recommend Click2View's Content Hour podcast. Details here.
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How IDN Media grew from a hobby project into one of Indonesia’s fastest growing millennial sitesA Splice Media Entrepreneurs interview with founder Winston Utomo about building and funding the 'BuzzFeed of Indonesia.'
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