Almost everyone on staff at least a year can apply but there is a big inducement to leave for those eligible to retire.
The Times added a new business writer, grabbing the managing editor of the LA Business Journal. Read the memo.
Davan Maharaj memo declares it's a new, more digital era. Those considering the upcoming buyout will read it closely.
Tribune Pubishing wants to reduce editorial expenses by about $10 million and 80 positions. That's a big hit.
Look what the newspaper boasted about 16 years ago — and look at what's gone.
Carolina Garcia is the former editor of the Daily News and has been a managing editor for the LANG chain.
"Shot my last picture for LADN before gettin laid off. Gonna miss the co-workers and great people in the SFV."
The Union-Tribune's last press run in San Diego was Sunday morning. About 100 operations people were laid off.
After 15 years at USA Today, she took a buyout that saw 55 staffers leave the paper last week.
Tribune Publishing buys U-T San Diego and installs Times publisher Austin Beutner as publisher there too. Otis Chandler's dream realized?
Two Pulitzers for the Times -- for television criticism and drought writing -- and the first ever for the Daily Breeze and the Los Angeles News Group.
Bob Pool, the recently retired Los Angeles Times staff writer, posted a Twitter photo today of the former Daily News headquarters in Woodland Hills being razed.
As April Fools Day stories go in alt weeklies, this one's pretty good.
The traditional statement of total pages in each day's paper vanished last week from the printed LA Times front page.
The Orange County Register just announced that Aaron Kushner and Eric Spitz, the co-owners of Freedom Communications, have both resigned from all executive duties.
The latest SoCal reporter to join the Buzzfeed News team in Los Angeles is Salvador Hernández, formerly of the OC Register. He's not the only one leaving the Register.
Editor Gustavo Arellano says, "Anyone interested in buying this rag gets a motivated band of mistfits, almost all of us OC natives…"
Mara Shalhoup takes over Feb. 16. "LA has countless stories to tell…we're gonna have fun."
Editor Rob Eshman says no more "tiptoeing around terrorists’ sensibilities [or] kowtowing to the craziest elements among us."
A staff video pays tribute to the sixteen-month run of the Register's presence in Long Beach. The final issue appeared Sunday.
Couple of media move memos from last week involving the local newspapers.
The Weekly says "our focus for 2015 is utilizing our time and resources towards building, promoting, and evolving events that can bring us profitability for the new year. Unfortunately, this event does not help us towards meeting those directives."
New publisher who took over for Aaron Kushner says 'the business is not profitable' and announces about 100 layoffs, none in the newsrooms in OC or Riverside.
A five-part series in the Desert Sun will look at the history of Mafia influence, including the taint on Frank Sinatra and kids who grew up romanticizing the scene.
Read the memo: CEO Jack Griffin's email to the staff late on Friday night rescinds the policy that attempted to strip away accrued vacation time and force reporters and editors to make a case for paid time off they used to earn.
After getting dropped after one column by the LA Times, Heisler will now cover the NBA for the competition. His column in the Times, by the way, paid all of $200.
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