The Washington Post is on track to lose money this year and may cut up to 100 newsroom positions, according to a report by the New York Times.
According to the New York Times, WaPo has been unable to boost subscribers back to the 3 million it had in 2020.
The CEO may also cut 100 newsroom positions.
SCOOP: The Washington Post is on track to lose money this year, sources say. It been unable to boost subscribers back to the 3 million it had in 2020 — and CEO Fred Ryan has floated cutting 100 newsroom positions. Story here from me and @BenMullin https://t.co/xas2BHSR56
— Katie Robertson (@katie_robertson) August 30, 2022
Perhaps the Washington Post’s ‘reporting’ by crybully Taylor Lorenz isn’t resonating with their readers?
As previously reported, crybully activist and Washington Post “journalist” Taylor Lorenz doxxed the creator of the popular “Libs of TikTok” Twitter account and went to the homes of the private citizen’s relatives as part of her harassment campaign.
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) April 19, 2022
Taylor Lorenz told CNN’s Brian Stelter that one of the reasons she revealed Libs of TikTok’s identity is because “for all we knew, this could have been a foreign actor.”
However, once Taylor Lorenz found out that Libs of TikTok is an American citizen, she doxxed her anyway.
The Washington Post finally demoted Taylor Lorenz after multiple false reports.
The post Fake News WaPo to Lose Money This Year, May Cut 100 Newsroom Positions: Report appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.