Showing items tagged with 'cuts'
13 May 2015: The company have announced plans to cut jobs, restructure and reduce costs following a review of the editorial departments across all South London titles.
29 April 2015: More than 30 posts put at risk as Gannett, the US parent company's AGM celebrates bumper wages for executives and an insulting corporate video saying Everything is Awesome
13 April 2015: More than 100 people gathered in Caernarfon in Wales on Saturday to protest against Trinity Mirror's proposal to close the local newspaper office.
11 April 2015: Support is growing for the NUJ campaign against Trinity Mirror's decision to close the local office in Caernarfon.
9 April 2015: The union has organised a public rally on Saturday 11 April in Caernarfon in Wales to show opposition to Trinity Mirror's proposed closure of the local newspaper office.
4 April 2015: After year-on-year cuts to jobs and the closure of newspaper titles, this camapign intends to reclaim a vital, vigorous press at the heart of its community.
27 March 2015: Johnston Press has reported a pre-tax loss of £23.9m for the past year and a 2.8pc increase in its operating profits. But staff say they are still facing job cuts and endless restructuring.
25 March 2015: Two of the Brighton Argus's five photographers are to be made redundant and two of the three features writers are also to go.
19 March 2015: Fifty community representatives have joined members of the NUJ in West Yorkshire to voice concerns about the impact of job cuts on local newspapers.
16 March 2015: To highlight what has become a critical situation in news photography. Almost all the regional newspaper groups have shorn staff photographers down to very small numbers - or even none at all - at most centres. At the end of last year, we saw mass redundancies among staff photographers in JP, Newsquest, and others.