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|Wednesday, July 22, 2009|
The latest round of job losses at the Portland Tribune comes as little surprise to those of us who launched that paper in 2001.
Managing editor Todd Murphy has quit in frustration after learning about a plan for sizable newsroom cuts that he didn't like. In the end the features section was eliminated, two reporters were laid off and one sportswriter was reassigned to the news section. It could have been much worse, and had Murphy not elected to leave, it probably would have been.
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