Today in the city Los Lunas 20.07.2018

'Los Angeles Times' Newsroom Employees To Vote On Unionizing

This week newsroom employees at the Los Angeles Times will vote on joining a union. The paper has not fared well since it was first sold to the Tribune company in 2000, with rounds of layoffs and buyouts that continued under new ownership called Tronc. Now, fresh concerns are surfacing over the paper's new editor-in-chief, Lewis D'vorkin.

the source: https://www.npr.org/2018/01/02/575168274/los-angeles-times-newsroom-employees-to-vote-on-unionizing?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=storiesfromnpr

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