In the memo, the head of Gannett's News Department, Vice President Kate Marymont, says she'll "talk about our journalism priorities and explain a new training program to support the many initiatives underway, [including] the new business model rollout."
The Citizen-Times is one of 80 newspapers in Gannett's Community Publishing division.
Gannett Blog also anticipates further layoff and/or buyouts, particularly of older employees: "a growing number of Gannett Bloggers are speculating that Corporate could announce buyouts for senior employees as early as next week — workers in their mid-50s and up. Readers here have claimed eligible employees could be offered two weeks' pay for every year of service, perhaps for up to 52 weeks. Those buyout offers would likely include threats of layoffs if an insufficient number of employees apply." Read the full article
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