New York Times layoffs “humiliating”

From Jeremy Gerard at Deadline Hollywood:

Using words including “betrayal,” “humiliating” and “covfefe” and suggesting that management had compared them to “dogs urinating on fire hydrants,” copy editors at the New York Times today let executive editor Dean Baquet and his heir apparent, Joseph Kahn, know exactly how they feel about taking the brunt of layoffs and buyouts as the Times expands its reporting ranks. More.

Reality check: The entire Media Party meltdown against the pushback from less corrupt people is humiliating. And losing a job in their agitprop mine should be an honour.

See also: Huffpost, bought out, lays off dozens

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