Rogers Communications is chopping the dimensions of its digital content and publishing team by about one-third.
The Toronto-based firm says about 75 full-time staff have been laid off, lowering the dimensions of that team to about 150 folks.
Rogers says the job cuts mirror the “headwinds” confronted by its business, which has been coping with a years-long change in shopper studying habits and a loss in promoting income at most established publishers.
Lianne George, editor in chief at Chatelaine, additionally tweeted that she has determined to depart the journal and Rogers.
It is with a heavy coronary heart that I’ve determined to depart Chatelaine and Rogers. It has been the best pleasure to work for this publication, and with this excellent, big-hearted group. I do know the team will proceed to do nice issues.
The Toronto-based firm has one among Canada’s greatest media companies, lively in print and digital publishing, radio broadcasting and tv together with the Sportsnet specialty channels.
Nevertheless, Rogers Media is way smaller than the corporate’s wi-fi and cable divisions.
It says that every one of its present publishing manufacturers will proceed and the corporate stays dedicated to producing high-quality editorial content.