Commenting on job cuts, Chief Financial Officer Gracia Martore said the company expects its newspaper headcount to be down “by the low teens” in 2009, with job cuts in the “mid single digits” at USA Today and layoffs at its broadcast division in the “mid to high single digits.”
Those figures refer to percentages, meaning divisional job cuts will range from 5 percent to as much as 15 percent from 2008 levels.
Thursday, December 11, 2008
Gannett: More job cuts coming
More jot cuts are coming for the Springfield News-Leader and other Gannett newspapers, according to published reports: