In part two of this two-part AudioMag series on COVID-19 responses, Magazines Canada continues to speak with members about how COVID-19 has impacted their publications and their jobs.
We understand that this pandemic has brought unprecedented disruptions to the economy and daily life, and we hope to shed some insight into how your peers are responding and pivoting during these disruptions. Our producer Michael Brown conducted the interviews and they were recorded remotely, so please forgive any disruptions in audio quality.
In this episode, we discuss editorial decisions, being a writer and advertising sales during COVID-19 with Jocelyn Bell from Broadview, contributing writer Julia Métraux, and James Anderson of Reader’s Digest.
Listen to part one here, with Melissa Summerfield of Newcom Media, Jessie Johnston from Asparagus Magazine and Michele Gerard from Atlantic News on publishing, production and being a retailer during COVID-19.
Magazines Canada is your association and we are here to help. We will continue to monitor this evolving situation and keep you updated through our social media channels, enewsletters and member bulletins.
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