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The London Evening Standard has cut some staff members pay by 20% and furloughed others to help deal with a dramatic change in the ad market.

The National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) has issued guidelines in agreement with the National Union of Journalists to ensure journalists are respected as key workers during the coronavirus outbreak.

The news industry is asking advertisers to remove blocklists from trusted UK news brands to ensure they can continue to fund journalism.

Grazia has today published its NHS-dedicated issue, with four separate split covers featuring NHS frontline staff as a way of saying thank you to the medical specialists working throughout the pandemic.

The BBC has paused plans to cut 450 journalism jobs because of the coronavirus outbreak.

The agency is calling on YouTubers who have lost work as a result of the health crisis to get in touch.

The service has launched in the UK and other European countries today but with 25% lower bandwidth amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The opposition is arguing that not enough is being done to modify consumer behaviour.

In response to the coronavirus, UK consumers are moving towards the consumption of trusted, traditional media and live television, according to Havas Media Group.

Freesheet City AM, which is picked up and relied upon by business readers on the move around the capital, has ceased printing its physical edition from today (March 20th).


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