Mass Layoffs in Brazilian Media Generate Uncertainty for Future of Journalism

By: Natalia Mazotte | The Knight Center

In the last months, the term “passaralho” has been echoed throughout newsrooms in Brazil. This term for those fired from their jobs in the media has gained ground due to numerous cuts that the country’s major dailies and magazines — including O Estado de S. Paulo, Valor Econônomico, Folha de S. Paulo, and the Abril publishing house —  have announced since March.

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