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20 journalism jobs set to go in JPIMedia restructure

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Coleraine Times
Coleraine Times

As newspaper circulation declines across the country, JPIMedia have announced that more than 20 journalism jobs are set to be lost in a restructure.

Hold The Front Page writes ‘The teams are based at a number of different regional hubs around the country, and are responsible for community pages across multiple titles.

It is understood staff have until 15 March to apply for voluntary redundancy.’

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