Friday, July 10, 2009

Trinity Mirror plans 66 more job cuts in north-east England

The National Union of Journalists has condemned Trinity Mirror's plan to make a further "savage" round of 66 job cuts in the north-east of England.

Trinity Mirror today told staff it wanted to cut a total of 66 jobs, including 25 in editorial, with 18 coming from the publisher's Newcastle operation, where it publishes the Journal, the Evening Chronicle and a string of weekly titles. A further seven editorial posts will go in Middlesbrough, home to titles such as the Teesside Gazette.


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