'Maxim,' Clear Channel Cut Staff

Today's layoff bulletin puts two companies in the spotlight.  The first: In its latest round of staff axings, Clear Channel, the nation's biggest radio station, said good-bye to employees at stations in Nashville, Milwaukee, West Palm Beach, Jacksonville and several other cities, according to Radio Ink.

And men's mag Maxim minimized its staff, letting go of six members from "the editors, web, and photo teams," Josh Constine writes. The cuts are at least partly due to competition from the Internet and social media, Constine theorizes: "There’s just more places for men to look at gadgets, guns, and girls than there used to be."

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