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The New York Times indicated today that it's getting close to a round of forced layoffs of its journalists.
Editor Lionel Barber says changes are planned for next year to reflect the importance of multimedia journalism
The site would run long articles monthly and pay writers advances of up to $100,000.
The sale is expected to close in early 2015.
The news agency’s budget will go up 1 percent, but that’s not enough to prevent some job losses.
Two-thirds of journalists report that they have received training the past 12 months.
Grupo de Diarios América bought together journalists from newspapers all over Latin America for a seminar about social media.
The installation of the new software has already begun and is scheduled for completion in the second quarter of 2015.
Two months ago, journalists at Poynter’s Tampa Bay Times were told that “if you have options, you should be exploring them because there’s no guarantee of where we’ll be in three months.”
The Times Shell ad is the latest so-called “Paid Post,” the Times’ native ad product that began appearing exclusively online in January.
Gerry Lenfest's improbable journey to media mogul began in 2012.