Wednesday, December 3, 2008

New layoffs announced at Chicago Tribune

The Chicago Tribune has notified its employees that several members of its newsroom staff will leave the paper by the end of the week.

Editor Gerould Kern's memo to employees on Wednesday didn't specify the number of layoffs or who was leaving. Tribune spokesman Michael Dizon declined to comment on internal matters.

Kern says the news industry is in the middle of "historic structural change."

The newspaper cut 80 jobs less than four months ago. That round of layoffs represented 14 percent of the Tribune's newsroom staff.


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