More Coronavirus News From TVNewsCheck

TVNewsCheck will publish Saturday and Sunday PM newsletters so readers are up to date on new developments in the coronavirus story.

TVNewsCheck Publisher Kathy Haley

To keep broadcasters abreast of how the media and entertainment industry is grappling with the rapidly unfolding coronavirus story and its impact on the U.S. and global economy, TVNewsCheck will temporarily publish Saturday and Sunday editions of its PM newsletter, starting immediately.

Readers who want to check the news more often can visit TVNewsCheck.com, where editors will be posting and curating news through the weekend for the foreseeable future.

TVNewsCheck’s home page and newsletters have been packed with news about how broadcasters are covering the coronavirus story even as they cope with producers working from home, staff members who have tested positive or fallen ill and facilities being shut down for deep cleaning.

Media and entertainment companies have at the same time been coping with the cancellation or postponement of some of the world’s biggest sporting events, shuttered theme parks and shows produced without audiences or temporarily put on hiatus.

The pandemic’s impact on the U.S. and global economy is of critical concern to TVNewsCheck readers and our editorial team will continue to aggregate as much news about this as possible even as it breaks on weekends.


TVNewsCheck is curating all the news about coronavirus and broadcasters on a single page, https://tvnewscheck.com/article/tag/coronavirus/, which can be accessed from its home page navigation bar.

In the wake of cancellation of NAB Show 2020, TVNewsCheck has created a Virtual NAB Show 2020 page (https://tvnewscheck.com/article/tag/2020-nab-show/), where editors are publishing breaking news, announcements and thought leadership from technology vendors who would have done business at the convention and now need an electronic way to communicate with their customers.

Editors will also be publishing Virtual NAB Show news by category, with a digest page that will be up and running by Monday. Categories range from IP, cloud and NextGen TV to UHD/HDR, signal processing and transport to signal monitoring and multiviewing.

TVNewsCheck’s sales and publishing team is working with vendors on webinars, sponsored content and email campaigns designed to carry on a conversation that would have taken place in Las Vegas a month from now.

Kathy Haley, TVNewsCheck publisher

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