Free Press newsroom employees approved a contract that will terminate the jobs of follow union members.
Gannett, the media company that owns the Detroit Free Press, is forcing employees at some newspapers to reapply for new jobs as part of a bold cost-cutting move.
The latest layoffs come just three days after colleagues said goodbye to two esteemed reporters at a going-away party.
By Steve Neavling The Detroit Free Press plans to sizably reduce its staff of reporters, and one of its top editors is leaving, Editor and Publisher Paul Anger told trepidation newspaper employees today. Anger said the cuts “won’t be tiny,” according to three reporters and an editor who were at the meeting. Another blow to […]