More cuts at La Opinión

Staffers are saying that the design staff was called into a meeting yesterday afternoon and told that editorial and ad design are being outsourced to an agency in Mexico. La Opinión's designers will stay long enough to train their replacements, according to a Facebook post going around. There have been a number of layoffs lately, leaving the newsroom — over 100 people not too long ago — under 40 now.

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