MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami Herald has decided to move out of their Doral offices in August.
In a letter to their readers, they state that the current pandemic has accelerated the organization’s ability to work remotely.READ MORE: 'It's Going To Be A Lot Better': Key Largo Scuba Operation Recovering From Worst Of Pandemic
The paper went on to say that they are investing in people over place to ensure their coverage remains the same.
Employees will remain working from home through the end of the year.READ MORE: COVID In Florida: 4,237 New Cases, 33 Deaths Reported On Monday
The coronavirus pandemic has had a huge economic impact on businesses forcing some of them to rethink how they will staff their offices in the future.
Ad revenue decreases through the years and a diminishing number of newspaper subscriptions has had a detrimental impact on the newspaper industry in South Florida and around the nation.
McClatchy, the owner of the Miami Herald, is also doing the same with newspapers in Charlotte, Washington, D.C., Columbia (South Carolina), and in three California markets.MORE NEWS: COVID ‘Long Haulers’ Reporting Relief From Symptoms After Receiving Vaccine
McClatchy, which is going through Chapter 11 bankruptcy, owns 30 newspapers nationwide.