Toronto Star Lays off 52 From Newsroom and IT, "Invests" in "Digital Focus"
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Toronto Star Lays off 52 From Newsroom and IT, “Invests” in “Digital Focus”

UPDATE: Michael Cooke, the Toronto Star editor-in-chief, issues a memo to staff saying the newsroom will be reorganized and maintains the tablet edition “succeeded” in its goal of increasing reader engagement. He also said the company’s digital revenues are growing. 

Here’s how the newsroom with change. (Full memo below)

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