Consolidation coupled with a focus on re-transmission agreements have helped local stations weather the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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KQED has laid off 20 employees as the broadcaster struggles to raise much-needed sponsorship revenue during the coronavirus pandemic.
AT&T’s premium movie network HBO has optioned rights that could lead to the development of a coronavirus-inspired dramatic series.
Employees at two Nexstar television outlets in California have approached station management in recent days with concerns about a possible mass exposure to the novel coronavirus COVID-19.
Sinclair Broadcasting has encouraged employees not to travel to Iran over concerns about the coronavirus, according to a memo.
Rick Cotton, a former executive with Comcast’s NBCUniversal, is in quarantine this week after being diagnosed with the novel coronavirus COVID-19.
The game shows will tape without studio audiences due to concerns about mass gatherings during an outbreak of coronavirus.
Twitter has temporarily closed its Seattle office after an employee was told by a medical professional they may have coronavirus.
Satellite and streaming radio company SiriusXM has launched a 24-hour medical advice channel dedicated to answering listener questions about the coronavirus outbreak.