The weekly announced Wednesday that it will suspend publication.
The bottom line is that Israel’s media have a responsibility, first and foremost to the public, in helping the government to protect us from the virus.
The Good News Network ranked at the top of the list, followed by Some Good News with John Krasinski.
The Jewish Week also will be closing its Midtown Manhattan office, in the heart of Times Square, this month.
The limbo situation in which some activities are permitted on a limited scale, while others are not, has led to a dearth in genuine news.
Canada’s flagship national Jewish newspaper of record became a coronavirus casualty when it announced that its April 9 issue would be its last after 60 years of publication.
Sharp-eyed viewers noticed Reeve without pants as he was broadcasting his segment on "Good Morning America" about pharmacies using drones to deliver prescriptions to patients.
Almost overnight, the community paper's advertising business collapsed as the pandemic emptied movie theaters, music clubs, concert halls and arts venues.
The Jerusalem Post has seen a similar spike since the start of COVID-19, drawing more readers and from a diverse mix of geographic locations around the world.
Israel’s mainstream media have already quite a few journalists who do not toe the self-imposed line.