Less news at Newsweek
It's not only newspapers.
According to Radar Magazine, 111 news and business staffers at Newsweek agreed to take buyouts last week:
The departure of so many senior staffers at once—all of them are expected to be gone by the end of this year—will mean the loss of much of the magazine's institutional memory, as well as many of its most talented writers and editors. All of the chief researchers are also leaving, including Nancy Stadtman, Ray Sawhill and Ray Anello, and their positions may be eliminated.
Superstars Howard Fineman and Jonathan Alter will stay.