Daily News reporters go on strike for the first time in 30 years over budget cuts | amNewYork
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For the first time in three decades, editorial staff at the Daily News went on strike due to pay issues and budget cuts.
Grabbing picket signs, the journalists circled 1412 Broadway where the company has some office space after their headquarters closed in 2020.
The workers blame Alden Global Capital for layoffs and reducing freelancer hours, making it difficult to properly cover New York City.
It's a city of 9 million. We're trying to do it on a skeleton crew and even after we're already at a skeleton crew, they're cutting, they're continuing to cut more and more.
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