Senate not offers support to news outlets
A total of $500 billion spending on the American Senate deal which does not exceed payroll support to grappling local newspapers as well as broadcast stations, whose advertising revenues have dropped during the coronavirus epidemic. Democratic Senators and Republicans had urged the Senate executives to revise the rules of the American Senate deal to create numerous domestic newspapers, television and radio stations eligible for support under the scheme of Paycheck protection.
Whereas, many local newspaper outlets are not eligible because they are owned by parent firms too huge to qualify. The four senators stated that domestic newspapers had decreased about 50 percent of its advertising revenue, while the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) told that some domestic broadcasters have recorded 90 percent of plunge in advertising shares. According to the American Senate deal, the United States House of Representatives urged the president Donald Trump to take positive steps to offer assistance to local media, and providing some encouragement funds to businesses for advertising on domestic media.
Several local media employees are being forced to take pay cuts, while other newspapers are dropping staff and minimizing the overall frequency of printing. The domestic news outlets still hope that will be included to another stimulus package that Congress is anticipated to release in the month of May.