New York Observer: Newspapers should focus on what they’re good at, reduce staff, says Glocer

Newspapers can cut costs by concentrating on their strongest coverage, Tom Glocer, Thomson Reuters chief executive, told an industry gathering on Monday.

“Why does The New York Times need to have 600-700 journalists? Why not 30 journalists with 30 apprentices?” he said.

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