Two years ago, the "newspaper" reduced its home delivery from daily to four days.
The O also laid off almost 100 employees, including as many as 49 reporters, editors, designers and photographers—nearly a quarter of the remaining news staff.
The paper then replaced many of those staffers with new, less expensive hires. It also moved out of and sold its longtime headquarters on Southwest Broadway.
Now, they're seeking 25 "volunteers" from the newsroom (who knew they still had that many people working in the newsroom?) to accept buyouts. If they can't find 25 "volunteers", they'll fire "lay off" staff until they reach that number.
Just in time for the holidays! Yo-ho-ho!