Whilst the worst of the impacts on Newsagents arising from the cyber-attack on Nine Publications has passed, there are still problems in their systems that indicate that overall, the “system” is not operating the way it should.
NANA has been regularly in contact with Nine Publishing to establish the extent of the systems limitations caused by the cyber attack the publisher suffered last weekend. Many of the normal systems including those which interface with Newsagents remain inaccessible and Nine is having to develop work-arounds wherever they can.
Kate Fotheringham’s wedding in Wingham over the weekend may have been delayed but eventually the knot was tied. Meanwhile, Newsagents across NSW and now in the ACT have had to face the impacts of record level flooding up and down the East coast and in inland areas. Primary distribution of newspapers and magazines are under […]
NANA has continued to work with Newsagents in the Central West of NSW to improve on-time delivery performance of primary distribution by News Corp Australia of their mastheads plus those of Nine, ACM, independent publishers and magazines distributed by Ovato. Whilst work being done by News Corp Australia following from NANA’s intervention continues to deliver […]
NANA has regularly updated Members on distribution problems experienced by Newsagents in the Central West of NSW since mid-December 2020 associated with late, missed and incomplete deliveries of newspapers, magazines and other stock by News Corp Australia. In extreme cases Newsagents did not receive newspapers for almost a week. The litany of problems were highlighted following changes to […]
NANA will meet with News Corp Australia later today to explore solutions to ongoing primary distribution issues which continue to plague Newsagents in the Central West area of NSW. Whilst this area is the current primary area of concern for NANA Members, we will also pursue the resolution of other problems impacting Newsagents in NSW […]
News Corp Australia is again fiddling with logistics arrangements for primary newspaper deliveries to Newsagents. This time the area where changes have been made are in the Central West of NSW. Some Newsagents are reporting they are not receiving newspaper deliveries from News Corp Australia’s contractor at all. In other cases deliveries to Newsagents are so […]
Ovato recently released MAGCHARTS for different magazines which featured the top 20 sellers in each of 5 categories.
Newsagents across NSW and the ACT are complaining about the poor delivery performance of News Corp Australia and their primary distribution contractors. Late deliveries to Newsagents mean late or no home deliveries, frustration, lost income and disgruntled customers.
Local Newsroom launched recently to a fanfare of support from some industry sectors, offering Newsagents unheard of commissions and big promises of circulation and sales growth.