First, there were supposed to be 71 editorial firings at the end of February. Then, the newspaper bosses at Spring Street decided to let “only” about 15 writers and editors go at that time and to make the bulk of the bloodletting by the end of March. Word sweeping the Los Angeles Times is that it may be Black Monday after this weekend. No idea how this will affect showbiz coverage. Adding insult to injury, the brass has been announcing all sorts of promotions in the meantime. Now, LA Times Showbiz Coverage Converges
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