After McClatchy’s announcement that it was cutting 1,600 jobs company wide, it was a matter of time until we started finding out what the job loss distribution would be like.
The Miami Herald is cutting 19% of its workforce – a total reduction of 205, according to a story in the paper. 175 people will lose their jobs, another 30 vacant positions will be eliminated. The employees that remain will see their salaries reduced by 5% and will have a one week unpaid furlough.
The paper will also reduce the width of its news pages by one inch. The International Edition will cease publication.