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Newspapers across New England are reacting to the COVID-19 pandemic in a variety of ways – from new product launches to changes in print schedules. Send us news about what your organization is doing so we can share ideas to help sustain all of us.

New England Association of Circulation Executives – Ideas & Best Practices for a COVID-19 World

America’s Newspapers offers free marketing campaign to newspapers promoting subscriptions — in print or digital

Next Round of FJP Grant Applications Opens April 13

24 New England Newsrooms Receive FJP Grants To Support Coronavirus Coverage

#ThereWithYou COVID-19 Campaign

Can New England News Media Attend ‘Virtual’ Court Hearings?

Metro offering free COVID-19 print section to all newspapers

Legacy is here to help with emergency obit updates, remote funeral participation and more


US Chamber coronavirus loan guide to help small businesses

Prince Lobel Offers Pro Bono Access Hotline For New England Media

Facebook Invests Additional $100 Million to Support News Industry During the Coronavirus Crisis

COVID-19: SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program

PBN shifts to digital weekly edition amid COVID-19 threat

Seven Days launches Good To-Go Vermont: A Directory of Takeout Options During the Coronavirus Era 

Gannett New England and LOCALiQ announce customer assistance program featuring a free multimedia advertising offer for local businesses

Gannett launches national website to sell gift cards to help local small businesses hit hard by coronavirus crisis

The Newsroom at the Center of a Pandemic

Zero incidents of COVID-19 transmission from print surfaces

Americans who primarily get news through social media are least likely to follow COVID-19 coverage, most likely to report seeing made-up news

Keeping local news sources afloat needs to be part of the governmental and philanthropic response to the pandemic