Staff Reporters
Mar 27, 2019

Google News Initiative reveals APAC Innovation Challenge winners

Twenty-three publishers win US$3.2 million in funding for new initiatives to drive reader revenue.

The Google News Initiative today announced the winners of its Asia-Pacific Innovation Challenge, awarding 23 publishers in 14 countries funding and support for their proposed new business initiatives.

The challenge was announced in November, and is aimed at strengthening Google’s relationship with publishers and helping them create new business models to sustain quality journalism, as digital advertising revenue continues to decline for most publishers.

Centred on the theme of reader revenue,...

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