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Tuesday, October 07, 2008


More Cuts Made To LA Times Newsroom

LA Observed has yet another tale of woe from the Los Angeles Times newsroom.

A mere seven years ago the newsroom staffing level was about 1,200.

Now it's rumored to be approaching 650!

This from LAO:
"My sources say the newsroom staffing level is headed to about 650, but I don't know if that includes the decimation of the Washington bureau expected by many there after the November election. Associate Editor for features Leo Wolinsky is holding a meeting with his staff shortly amid strong rumors that he is leaving. Stay tuned."

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