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Published 18.06.2020 13:15
In the UK, Bromyard FM, a local community radio station, brings valuable information, entertainment and a sense of togetherness during the pandemic.
It began broadcasting online in late March, run by two DJs, Richie Palmer and Nikki Ivison. They deliver a combination of uplifting music and entertainment, along with public health information. They also interact with listeners during the live shows via the Bromyard FM Facebook group that currently has some 5,400 followers.
Published 25.05.2020 16:00
An open and public Trello board and Slack channel offer resources for journalists to cover Covid-19 worldwide.
It is launched by Gather, a project and a platform that supports journalists and other professionals by sharing resources and contacts, offering a platform to communicate and find mentorship. The Trello board offers various tips on responding to the information needs of people during the pandemic, how to host online…
Published 20.05.2020 11:03
In China, streaming companies bought up rights to films that originally were scheduled in cinemas.
The blockbuster “Lost in Russia”, whose premiere should have raised millions of euros in theatres during the Lunar New Year, was streamed by Bytedance, the giant unicorn behind TikTok. Between January 25 and 27, about 600 million people watched it on their phones. Bytedance have streamed other films in February…
Published 15.05.2020 14:30
In Egypt, a lion tamer has brought his circus show home during pandemic.
Lion Tamer, Ashraf El-Helw, who had to cancel his circus performances due to the country’s lockdown, has brought one of his lions, Gimana home and the two now perform and stream their circus act at home. El-Helw explained that he missed the lion and decided to bring her to his…
Published 26.04.2020 18:09
In France, the National Orchestra recorded musicians who are self-isolating.
The video of a performance is posted to YouTube. Players stay at home under the lockdown, so they had to record their parts with mobile phones. It was then mixed, as if an orchestral score performed a 51-instrument rendition of Maurice Ravel’s Bolero.

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