Sanef's COVID-19 Impact on Journalism Report

Publisher:
South African National Editors' Forum
Publication Date:
2 June 2020
Tags:
South Africa, Coronavirus, Press and Media

For many years, South Africa's news industry and in particular, its print media, has bucked international trends by managing to stay afloat by claiming a slice of an ever reducing pie of advertising revenue. The Covid-19 pandemic has effectively taken that pie away and what is left is a news industry desperately looking for new ways of sustaining itself while audience demands for timely, credible but free news surges.

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