PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is laying off approximately 136 employees.
They layoffs do not include any editorial or newsroom employees, but rather pressmen and workers who are being furloughed because the newspaper bought a new printing press in Clinton.
The Post-Gazette is reportedly reducing workforce at its Boulevard of the Allies and Preble Avenue locations.
The layoffs are expected to begin on or near July 28.
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