Related: Here are the newsroom layoffs, furloughs and closures caused by the coronavirus pandemic. “By contrast, total ad revenue across the three major... https://www.poynter.org/business-work/2020/report-the-pandemic-has-hit-newspapers-hard/ — read more
New York Times Expects Ad Revenue to Plummet 50% in Q2 and Job Cuts
The New York Times Company said Wednesday it expects advertising revenue to fall between 50-55% year-over-year in the second quarter as impacts of the pandemic are hitting demand for advertisers. But the media company, which gets two-thirds of its... — read more
Bari Weiss Resignation Letter
Dear A.G., It is with sadness that I write to tell you that I am resigning from The New York Times. I joined the paper with gratitude and optimism three years ago. I was hired with the goal of bringing in voices that would not otherwise appear... — read more
More pain to come, more layoffs in works
More layoffs in Marketing at NYT
I heard there were another 11 positions in marketing eliminated on Friday 11/16/2018. How can the NYT continue to grow and maintain subscriptions if they have annual layoffs in marketing?
100 opt to take buyout packages at New York Times
This does not only include copy editors, who have been eliminated completely (an idiotic move, in my own humble opinion,) but also some reporters, photographers, and design staff... — read more
Layoffs as a Result of Bias Unprofessional Reporting
The news media "Integrity" can never be taken away by any other person, organization or government. The only way they lose their integrity" and trustworthiness is by their own unprofessional journalism actions! The reporting of opinion, half-truths... — read more
The Signs Layoffs are Coming
The most obvious sign layoffs are coming: Executives hint at layoffs using other terms, like 'restructuring' "downsizing," "right-sizing" "reorganizing," "incremental synergies," "offshoring," and "streamlining." "headcount reductions" "workforce... — read more
More layoffs - reporters (June 2016)
This is from NY Post so take it with a grain of salt. Anyhow, here it goes: http://nypost.com/2017/06/23/new-york-times-bloodbath-could-include-reporter-jobs/
Buyouts Offered for Editors - Layoffs will follow
That's how it works, first buyouts, then layoffs... http://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-new-york-times-offers-buyouts-to-editors-eliminates-public-editor-role-2017-05-31
Donald Trump and the NY Times
How will the New York Times be influenced by the new administration? Here's one sign: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/educational-corruption-devos-devolution-dahn-shaulis?published=u
Tribune in a meltdown mode
See more here: @ECkXSdI
Everybody knows that newspapers are transitioning to the web. The income from 100-page Sunday major metro dailies is long gone.
Are the bad times every gonna stop for NYT - given how poorly we are doing from the financial perspective we might as well close the shop...
Are the bad times every gonna stop for NYT - given how poorly we are doing from the financial perspective we might as well close the shop right now.