The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Fort Worth Star-Telegram have been recruiting journalists to help break strikes at their respective papers.
Unions representing editorial workers at both papers have launched open-ended strikes in protest of what they say are unfair labor practices. The Newspaper Guild of Pittsburgh started striking on Oct. 18, joining their unionized colleagues in production and advertising who were already on strike. The Fort Worth NewsGuild walked off the job Monday.
In the days and weeks since, the owners of both papers have posted job openings for positions held by striking workers.
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