How COVID-19 is causing a media bloodbath in Colorado

From alternative weeklies unable to operate normally because the places they deliver are closed to daily news outlets furloughing journalists – journalism’s crisis has been made that much worse by the Coronavirus. When journalism is needed even more, outlets are offering less.

PULP Colorado speaks with Corey Hutchins who covers Colorado media for the Colorado Independent and the Columbia Journalism Review who calls what is happening a bloodbath where no really knows who will survive.

He is also a contributor to the Washington Post. He currently is a professor of journalism at Colorado College.

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