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The press is sounding the alarm and calling for an emergency plan to the government

Faced with the collapse of advertising revenue, market announcements, and the judgment of events, the news media is sounding the alarm and calling for emergency measures to the State, in an open letter published Wednesday in several newspapers.

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"The release of general information is now 'short' and this may be fatal to many titles, already weakened economically before the crisis," warns in this text, the Alliance of the press of general information (Apig), which represents daily newspapers, both national and regional. "The determined support of the State is indispensable today. Gold no measure of support for the press has been adopted so that companies and sectors under threat are legitimately the subject of specific measures", advanced mail, noting that other countries such as Italy or Great Britain have put in place support measures to the press.

The Apig calls as emergency measures, "a tax credit for the advertisers, the twist in the campaigns of public communication and the extension of the exceptional scheme of part-time unemployment benefit". And beyond the emergency, the organization hopes that the plan for the die press, to be strengthened with the introduction of a zero rate of VAT, a tax framework incentive to the purchase of subscriptions, and the establishment of a system of eco-contribution to be sustainable economically and industrially". These requests were relayed by the senator for communist Eric Bocquet in a letter to the prime minister.

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According to a progress report published by the commission of cultural Affairs of the national Assembly, the press has reported a decline of more than 50% of its sales between the months of February and the beginning of the month of April, to which was added the cancellation of the campaigns of the advertisers (-70% in the month of April).

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For all of these "printers papers" of the Left it is the state that pays. Biberonnés to grant the assisted socialists want more of it. Yet it seemed to me that this profession could work in telework. No???

Jacques ROTIVALle 27/05/2020 19:10

Marianne and current Values to live without advertising. a
most of The daily and weekly newspapers owned by large groups who do not have need of the State. a
Remain Liberation and Humanity. Let's make a referendum to know what our fellow citizens think of additional aid from the State.

Dardelet69le 27/05/2020 19:07

Without slobbering it would be better

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