COVID-19 was an “everything story” in 2020. Here are 5 big ways it’s impacted the media and journalists.
Media Insider: More Newsroom Layoffs Expected, NYT Buys Serial Productions, Twitter Confirms Subscription Test
Also among the week’s top media news, research shows that reporting on the pandemic is impacting journalists’ mental health.
Media Insider: Facebook Employees Walk Out, ACLU Files Suit Against MN Police, SC Journalists Return To The Office
There was a lot of news to keep track of this week. Here’s a recap of some of the top stories from the media industry.
Media Insider: Coronavirus Traffic Bump Stalls, L.A. Times Furloughs Staffers, Meredith Launches Two Magazines
ICYMI. Although the coronavirus continues to deeply impact the media industry, some publishers are pushing forward with new ventures.
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you may have missed this week.
Media Insider: Facebook Pledges $100M to Help News Outlets, Lee Enterprises Announces Pay Cuts, McClatchy Reinstates Paywall
COVID-19 continues to impact publishers’ ad revenues, causing layoffs, furloughs, and pay cuts across the industry. It’s also impacting podcast listening.
Media Insider: NBC Takes Hit After Olympics Postponement, Twitter Donates $1M To Journalism, BuzzFeed Cuts Employee Pay
With everything going on, here are 5 top media stories you may have missed this week.
We’ve put together a list of ideas to stay productive and help make things feel a little more normal for photographers currently working from home.
Coronavirus content is everywhere. Read on for a few standout COVID-19 blogs that are providing helpful information.
Media Insider: Coronavirus News Consumption Surges, Facebook Launches Grant Program for Local Newsrooms, Plain Dealer Cuts Staff
This week’s media news wrap-up is all about COVID-19 and its impacts on paywalls, jobs, ad budgets, and acquisitions.
The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting media events, jobs, and revenues. Here’s a recap of some of the effects coronavirus is having on journalists.