When Journalists Become Workers

Fridays have become a cursed day in the media industry: It’s the day many newspapers and digital properties have announced layoffs. Thousands of journalists have joined the swollen ranks of the unemployed since the start of the Great Pandemic. Several local papers have suspended print editions. The Outline, the millennial-focused site that aspired to be “a next-generation version of The New Yorker,” closed its doors, leaving its staff jobless.

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