It looks like Hearst will soon stop publishing the Seattle Post-Intelligencer as a print newspaper, and reduce it to an online-only publication -- with a staff of 20.
The surviving staffers will have their salaries cut, and their benefits (accrued severance and vacation, health insurance) will be lost or diminished. This would be the first major metropolitan print daily to make the complete conversion to the Web. Presumably we'll see many more to follow this year. Details here.
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