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Trinity Mirror's Digital Push Costs 66 People Their Jobs

Trinity Mirror is to cut approximately 40 editorial jobs as it aims to become a "digitally-focused news operation". Trinity has begun consulting affected journalists and is hoping enough will apply for voluntary redundancies. Some 92 editorial jobs are to be cut from Trinity's regional titles in England and Wales and 52 new jobs are to be created split between the national and regional titles. This means a net reduction of 66 regional press journalists and an increase of 26 jobs at national level is proposed.

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