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The current coronavirus outbreak has led to an opportunity and in most cases a need to revaluate business goals and priorities.

Commercial news publisher Reach has joined up with IBM and Xandr - AT&T's advertising arm - to counter the current issue surrounding blanket blocklists and COVID-19 keywords.

Shortlist Media Co-founder Mike Soutar has announced he will step down as Chief Executive at the Evening Standard at the end of May, a role he took up in October.

The Independent has accused the Financial Times' media and tech reporter of accessing sensitive Zoom conferences covering furloughing and redundancies at the online title as well as the Evening Standard.

For non-members, the Gay Times’ website is being redesigned and will remain completely free to all users.

Heading up the group of buyers is Theresa May’s former director of communications, Sir Robbie Gibb.

It will run for three months across regional and national news brands.

The media platform developed the Teads Media Barometer to understand what kinds of editorial content consumers are reading on a daily basis.

The Big Issue has launched a new app and digital edition to maximise sales and support struggling vendors across the UK, which was created by London publishing platform Pugpig on a pro bono basis.

The Economist has launched a new series of comment pieces by specialist contributors to predict what the world will look like after coronavirus - with one of its first columnists being former Bank of England Governor, Mark Carney.


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