The Dallas Morning News Lays Off 43 Employees
Layoffs are part of a larger, company-wide reorganization.
The Dallas Morning News is attempting to position itself for financial success in the new year, by laying off 43 employees from its newsroom and other sections of the company, reports Maria Halkias for the newspaper. The cuts represent about 4.0 percent of total staff and include about 20 writers, editors, photographers and newsroom support staff. Among the cuts are beat reporters and administrative staff who were surprised by the layoffs, says WFAA, Channel 8 for ABC, who talked with several of the laid off workers in this interview.
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