Philly Newspaper Guild Files Grievance Over Inquirer Reassignments

By: Mike Bertha | The Philly Post

Interstate General Media, the company now running the Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com, recently reassigned a bunch of longtime Inky reporters, seemingly hoping that they’d take a buyout offer and leave the company. Theater critic Howard Shapiro took the bait after being reassigned to South Jersey. He spent 42 years at the Inquirer. Now, the Philadelphia Newspaper Guild has filed a grievance, calling the reassignments “irrational and seemingly punitive.”

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