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The coronavirus content surge happened across all formats, including video on platforms like Facebook and YouTube, where publishers saw a surge in viewerships in March for virus-related videos. Now, that viewer interest is tapering off, and … more
With schools closed because of the coronavirus pandemic, lots of people are adjusting to having their kids at home all day long. Radio Ambulante’s Daniel Alarcón has been threading his parenting-in-quarantine experiences on Twitter... Beyond the … more
As sports events are canceled, newspapers around the country are now reassigning sports journalists to cover other subjects — including the pandemic.Read more more
Americans continue to pay close attention to news about the coronavirus outbreak both nationally and locally. In doing so, they rely on a broad mix of media, government and other providers of news, according to a new Pew Research Center survey … more
While live blogs have been the best single performing editorial content formats during the pandemic, newsrooms have found success with other formats, too. Live blogs made 39% of the top 100 list of best-performing articles across 700 publishers in … more
There may not be any live sports programming on television, but sports publishers need something to publish. So many have turned to user-generated clips of amateur athletes sourced from platforms like Instagram, TikTok and Twitter. For the first two … more
The coronavirus crisis has sparked a “perfect storm” of global online disinformation, cyber-espionage and disruption, involving up to a dozen states but most prominently Russia and China, experts have warned. In the midst of a pandemic that has … more
With no major sporting events and barely any travel happening due to the coronavirus, The New York Times plans to stop printing hard copies of those sections in the storied newspaper's Sunday edition and replace them with a section focused on life … more
The News Media Alliance has partnered with the Ad Council to provide print and digital PSAs for newspapers’ use to help raise awareness about the importance of practicing social distancing during the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic. more
With everyone doing their part to shelter in place due to the coronavirus pandemic, it's become even more challenging for the News-Press to serve the greater St. Joseph area with print alone. In times of global crisis, readers are hungry for breaking news — and the e-Edition offered by the News-Press helps to meet that need. more
The staff of The Sumter (South Carolina) Item is doing daily Zoom calls with community leaders to keep the Sumter community informed — in real time — about the coronavirus crisis locally. Members of the community are invited to register to attend the live virtual shows and also have access to recordings of the show afterwards on the paper's Facebook page. more
On April 4, The Daily News will begin a five-day-a-week publishing schedule with an expanded weekend edition and a new focus on digital news coverage and features, company leaders announced today. Print editions of The Daily News will be distributed to subscribers and single-copy readers Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. The larger weekend edition will appear Saturdays. Coast Monthly, the newspapers glossy magazine, will be delivered in the larger weekend editions. more
Newspaper and broadcast journalists are proving once again how essential they are to our society. more
At the bottom of every COVID-19 story, The Dallas Morning News attaches a widget that directs users to people and organizations in their community who can provide needed assistance. This widget also is being made available to other newspapers. more
A new "What's open?" app from Creative Circle Media Solutions is a self-service module allowing businesses, schools and government agencies to indicate whether they are open or closed using a simple form that then displays that information on websites using widgets. Newspaper staffs can also create or edit listings through the back end of the app. more
A special section will run both in print and on digital platforms with up-to-date coronavirus content available to Gannett’s 261 local properties for at least two weeks. more
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