The BBC, The Sun and the Daily Mail have seen the biggest increases in audience in the past week as the nation tunes in to traditional media for coronavirus updates and to pass time spent indoors
The Atlantic had 87 million uniques to its site in March. That's almost as many eyeballs as the Washington Post or the Daily Mail get in a normal, non-Covid month.
As rival newspapers announces furloughing journalists and slashed salaries, The Daily Mail comes over the top and says staff earning over £40k will be asked to take pay cuts of between 1-26%. But those who do will be given shares in the company to the same value as the cuts.
NEW: Daily Mail publisher to cut pay of those over £40k on scale of 1% to 26% to be invested in company shares. Staff can keep or sell shares at end of year. If share price lower, company tops up. No furlough or redundancies. Clever.
If you haven't heard it enough. Here from the Daily Mail. "With the world spiralling into recession, we have seen, and must expect, a significant decrease in advertising revenue; while the current restrictions have also caused a serious drop in circulation."
Those who get the Daily Mail shares will be able to sell them by the end of the year, and if they've lost value, management will top up the difference.
I wonder if the Daily Mail will ever stop trying to put cameras up my skirt. I’m gonna start wearing really funny underwear. Or writing the names of charities that need attention across my crotch. Enjoy!
Just read a daily mail article written by Jan Moir some of which I totally agree with but some things you are far off your game my friend
An apology from the Daily Mail admitting their fabricated, false story was published in good faith: cheers.