(NYTIMES) — The New York Times Company said on Tuesday that it was planning to close its editing and prepress print production operations in Paris, a move that would result in the elimination or relocation of up to 70 jobs.
The changes are part of a proposal to redesign the international print newspaper and simplify the editing and production process, according to an internal memo sent to the staff of The International New York Times.
The Times will concentrate editing and prepress print production in New York and Hong Kong, according to the memo. The Paris news bureau and advertising department will not be affected by the proposal. And a print edition of The International New York Times will still be published and distributed in Europe.
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