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'Sun-Sentinel' to Print 'Palm Beach Post' -- 300 Jobs Cut

Magazine article Editor & Publisher

'Sun-Sentinel' to Print 'Palm Beach Post' -- 300 Jobs Cut

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The South Florida Sun-Sentinel in Ft. Lauderdale has agreed to print The Palm Beach Post, Palm Beach Daily News, and La Palma, effective at the beginning of December. In addition, the Tribune Co.'s Sun-Sentinel will deliver the papers to warehouses in area counties.

The Cox Newspapers-owned Palm Beach Post, which reported the partnership, did not reveal terms of the deal.

Palm Beach Newspapers said it plans to cut 300 positions in the production, mailroom, and transportation departments as a result of the move.

According to the Palm Beach Post, Doug Franklin, publisher of the paper, said, "This agreement addresses our aging presses and allows us to focus on what we do best, providing local news and advertising to Palm Beach County and Treasure Coast. Our readers should see minimal impact with this change and it will allow us to offer expanded opportunities to our advertisers."

Palm Beach Newspapers eliminated 300 positions earlier this year in the advertising, circulation, and production departments. …

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