USA Today to lay off 130 as it de-emphasizes print edition

Associated Press
About 9 percent of the workforce will be cut. Gannett’s flagship paper will no longer have separate managing editors overseeing its News, Sports, Money and Life sections. The newsroom instead will be broken up into a cluster of “content rings” each headed up by editors who will be appointed later this year. || Read reaction at Gannett Blog and the press release.

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