The Washington Post is offering some voluntary buyouts to "some Newsroom employees" in an e-mail sent out by executive editor Marcus Brauchli Wednesday morning. As the New York Times notes, it's the latest round of cuts for the paper which has cut over 200 positions in the last three years. The memo doesn't say which or how many people will be offered the buyouts, but it does say, "we do not intend to offer this program to every department or individual in the Newsroom." And it adds: "In addition, we may turn down some volunteers if we feel their departure would impair our journalism." For the the full memo head over to Fishbowl DC.
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