Blade outsourcing printing

"Watching the recent contraction and consolidation of many of the printing sites that I’ve worked on over the years, including The Blade, has been a rule rather than an exception. Decreasing advertising revenue and circulation numbers, combined with an increasing popularity of electronic alternatives are simply realities that the traditional daily newspaper is now forced to deal with, some more successfully than others."

http://www.toledofreepress.com/2014/05/30/blade-to-close-downtown-production-plan-lay-off-131-employees/

http://toledotalk.com/cgi-bin/tt.pl/article/176636/08May2014/Why_isnt_the_Blade_reporting_the_latest_decision_to_outsource/105#177691

http://www.toledoblade.com/business/2014/05/31/The-Blade-to-cut-131-jobs-stop-printing-downtown.html

http://www.toledoblade.com/Retail/2014/05/30/Blade-notifies-unions-city-officials-of-plans-to-close-its-production-facilities.html

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