The Los Angeles Times this week became the latest media organization to announce job cuts, saying it would terminate more than 10 percent of its newsroom.
The paper is firing 74 newsroom employees, a spokeswoman confirmed via email to The Epoch Times on June 8.
“We have made the difficult decision to undergo a reorganization and eliminate certain positions within the company,” the Los Angeles Times said in a statement.
The terminated employees represent about 13 percent of the newsroom.
Reed Johnson, the chair of the …