Newspapers and journalists — most belonging to giant multi-state corporate-media conglomerates — continue to suffer COVID-19’s economic impact even as the demand for news climbs.
The COVID-19 CARES Act is so involved, complex and voluminous that Congress may have had to pass it to see what all was in it. In short, there is something in it for nearly everybody.
Economist Michael Madden parses which sectors will be hardest hit by the current economic crisis and how they overlay with the state’s economy.
The blitz of hourly news developments associated with COVID-19 makes it difficult to track where we’ve been and what’s changed. WyoFile’s weekly review connects the through-lines.
APG, a national media company that owns papers across southern Wyoming, reduced hours and pay for all its employees. The locally owned Buffalo Bulletin also made layoffs.