media layoffs

Copy desk to management: "You turned your backs on us."
Gannett announced in August that it would be spinning off its print and broadcast divisions into two separate companies. The
But now, it looks like they want to get way into drone technology with the U.S. Air Force. So a lot has changed, apparently
In media, there are big fish and little fish. Which is why the appointment of Cyndi Stivers as editor-in-chief of AOL.com
In an industry that is constantly adapting and redefining the way news is gathered and disseminated, what happens when an employee falls victim to one of these layoff announcements? According to one of New York's leading employment lawyers, a whole lot. And it doesn't have to be all bad.
After shutting down all of its local news websites in Massachusetts, the Daily Voice now provides news for 30 communities
Time Inc. is reportedly planning to slash hundreds of jobs, the New York Post's Keith Kelly exclusively reported on Thursday
Angelo instructed his staff to refer reporters questions to The Daily's public relations firm. The Daily plans to lay off
The only editorial employee left now is the education page editor, Liz Dwyer. The education portal on GOOD says that the
ABC News President David Westin wrote in a staff memo to ABC News employees today, "ABC News will undergo a fundamental transformation