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Yesterday, McClatchy began offering a weekly livestream series, "COVID-19-Bending the Curve." Every Thursday at 12:30 p.m. EDT, the series will bring together top medical professionals, industry experts, patient advocates and policymakers who will update audiences throughout the country on the latest advancements to combat the virus.
5/29/20 03:05 PM
In a first-person account in yesterday's newspaper, Tricia Dunne, publisher of the Fort Payne (Alabama) Times-Journal, wrote about her family's experience with COVID-19, emphasizing the need for everyone to learn to "live smart and to protect ourselves, our family and everyone around us." Both she and her husband tested positive, but COVID-19 affected them both very differently.
5/29/20 11:44 AM
Before you take employees back. First, consider the federal, state and local guidance, laws and orders. These may be changing rapidly. Look at OSHA regs, which may vary by region, and consider the sick leave, family and medical leave, and other workplace laws. Be mindful of the Family First Coronavirus Response Act, which — like most other coronavirus-related laws — sunset on Dec. 31.
Takeaways prepared by Mark Fitzgerald of America's Newspapers |
5/21/20 04:26 PM
The Detroit Free Press is partnering with the Michigan History Center, which runs the Archives of Michigan and the Michigan History Museum System, to collect personal stories from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Michigan History Center is gathering accounts and photos from the pandemic, posting them in real-time online and sharing them with the Free Press for use. The Free Press will assemble recordings to be shared in an audio series called We Lived It, and sent to the history center for archival use.
By Darcie Moran, Detroit Free Press |
5/19/20 03:36 PM
As more and more states are modifying or even lifting shelter in place restrictions, employers are contemplating when and how to bring people back to work. Given the volume, breadth and complexity of these issues, now is the time for employers to lay the groundwork for implementing specific return-to-work plans.
5/14/20 01:06 PM
May 21 webinar:
As more and more states are modifying or even lifting shelter in place restrictions, employers are contemplating when and how to bring people back to work. Given the volume, breadth and complexity of these issues, now is the time for employers to lay the groundwork for implementing specific return-to-work plans. Learn more and register
5/14/20 01:06 PM
In a periodic series called Stepping Up, highlighting moments of compassion, duty and community in uncertain times, The Seattle (Washington) Times highlighted the actions of Gina Singer, who with her daughter, have been making free masks for people along their newspaper delivery route who need a mask.
5/12/20 01:41 PM
Americans support directing federal money to local news organizations as part of coronavirus relief efforts, according to the results of an April 14-20 Gallup/Knight Foundation survey focused on the coronavirus situation, part of Knight Foundation’s Trust, Media and Democracy initiative.
Sixty-five percent are in favor of including money to help local news organizations in coronavirus relief aid, while 34% are opposed. Eighty-seven percent of Democrats, 60% of independents and 43% of Republicans favor federal assistance to local news organizations.
5/8/20 06:07 AM
In remarks delivered yesterday during a Kindred livestream panel, McClatchy CEO Craig Forman talked about the advantages of advertisers using local news brands to promote their products and messages. "News isn't monolithic," he said. "We have to dispel the notion that news is this vast bucket and it's all the same … We have a powerful platform that allows national advertisers to connect with local audiences."
4/30/20 04:28 PM
Seyfarth Shaw LLP has published a "Return to Business and Post-Pandemic Planning Checklist" to help companies prepare for the business impacts arising from COVID-19 and as business begins to reopen. Read more and download the checklist
4/29/20 05:42 PM
Special thanks to Seyfarth Shaw for providing general information for members of America's Newspapers about COVID-19, including how it is transmitted and how you can prevent infection.
4/22/20 05:21 PM
The local marketing grant program launched by Lee Enterprises will be available to locally owned and operated businesses impacted by COVID-19 and will provide matching advertising credits for use in Lee print and digital publications.
4/21/20 05:08 PM
The Brechner Center for Freedom of Information has announced the launch of Brechner Reporting Fellows, 10 fellowships for professional journalists experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19. Fellows will be granted $2,500 to create narrative projects that address, and identify solutions to, persistent problems that interfere with the public’s ability to get information about the workings of government.
4/21/20 03:48 PM
Over the past few weeks of March and April, as cases of COVID-19 began to peak and communities across the U.S. began grappling with the question of how and when to reopen schools and business, many media outlets are looking back at their community's experience from the pandemic of 1918 and drawing their own lessons.
4/21/20 03:31 PM
Many government entities in states across the country are using the COVID-19 public health crisis as an all-purpose excuse to tighten access or even close meetings that should be open to all, and dragging their feet or simply ignoring requests for records that belong to the public.
4/21/20 09:42 AM
April 21 webinar:
In this webinar, Julie Foley and Liz Crider Huff of Second Street will take a look at 34 advertisers primed for promotions. They’ll lay out ideas for advertisers you need to be talking with right now — whether their business is thriving in this new economic situation or they’re in desperate need of leads. Learn more and register
4/16/20 01:17 PM
During the coronavirus pandemic, Brainworks is helping its customers work through several time-sensitive technical issues, including: changing print publications to digital, removal of publication days altogether, advice on how to track COVID-19 related ad cancellations and how to implement advertising discount promotions in an effort to keep bringing in revenue.
Here are some tips from Mark Bogner of Brainworks that will help your support teams assist your customers during this time.
By Mark Bogner, documentation and support specialist, Brainworks Software |
4/14/20 04:15 PM
Americans who get political and election news from two platforms — network television and print publications — are the most likely to say the news media are doing an excellent or good job responding to the coronavirus outbreak.
By John Gramlich |
4/14/20 09:44 AM
“Just the FAQs LIVE: Conversations about Coronavirus” is hosted by Megan Finnerty, founder and director of the Storytellers Project and Storytellers Brand Studio at Gannett. The live episodes will run roughly 30 minutes and will include a round-robin report bringing together local Gannett journalists to share what is happening in their communities and an established thought leader or expert to share insights on COVID-19.
By USA TODAY NETWORK PRESSROOM |
4/9/20 03:35 PM
The COVID-19 crisis is pushing newspaper executives to take unprecedented measures to ensure their sustainability and relevance in a post-pandemic world, according to a survey conducted by Cribb, Greene & Cope.
By Cribb, Greene & Cope |
4/8/20 06:15 PM