newspaper layoffs

The Guardian is preparing for steep editorial cuts after a slowdown in advertising sales. Job losses are highly likely, insiders
Gannett announced in August that it would be spinning off its print and broadcast divisions into two separate companies. The
The Daily News is downsizing again, as we reported earlier in Capital's morning media newsletter. Multiple sources told Capital
But it isn't just photographers either. Just recently, the Tribune Co. reported cutting 360 positions in the beginning nine
A broad study by a group of respected journalists into the disruption that the digital age has brought to print has led them
Bhatia previously made headlines when he reported last year that the Oregonian had published misinformation about another
The Oregonian confirmed this morning that the paper will reduce print delivery to three days a week. Read more on wweek.com
Funny or Die correspondent Jason Sereno spoofed the news with a brilliant Craigslist ad posted Thursday evening: "You say
After the news broke, a tipster told Romenesko, “Photog email accounts are already shut down…emails to our photo staff just
Last week, top editors at the Village Voice resigned in protest when they learned that management wanted them to lay off
Over at the Post, editor Col Allan announced that the paper is offering voluntary buyouts in order to shrink the newsroom
The Daily News is now undergoing what employees of the tabloid have been fearing for weeks: Multiple insiders tell Capital
Chief information officer Shailesh Prakash confirmed the cuts in a memo to staff on Wednesday, saying that they were part
The Cleveland Plain Dealer has reached a new, tentative six-year agreement with the Guild's bargaining committee. The new
The publisher of the Guardian and Observer newspapers has stepped up pressure on staff to come forward for redundancy, by
In a note posted on Facebook, Guild members say the Advance-owned Cleveland Plain Dealer has told them it plans to eliminate
NEW ORLEANS -- A group of concerned civic and business leaders have come together in the wake of the recent announcement
The story of Oregonian editor Bob Caldwell's shocking death took another twist on Thursday, after one of his colleagues was
The Guild claimed that the paper was trying to force out "at least thirteen people through layoffs, coerced buyouts or outright