The National Association of Hispanic Journalists is deeply disheartened at the Tribune Company’s decision to cut positions within its newsrooms and the loss of Latino Journalists. The cuts at the Los Angeles Times, located in one of the nation’s largest Latino media market, are especially troubling. As with other job reductions, NAHJ understands the economic challenges that lie before many media outlets. However, we are once again disappointed that talented journalists, many are members and former members, will be without work.
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