Citing declining revenue woes, USA Today will be cutting 45 newsroom jobs. In a memo to staff, Editor Ken Paulson said he hopes the reductions are done through voluntary buyouts, but warned layoffs are possible, if not enough people apply.
Employees with more than 15 years experience will be eligible for a buyout.
USA Today, a Gannett publication, is the largest US newspaper by circulation. It currently has 500 employees.