Digital media layoffs shouldn't come as a surprise

The current strain of schadenfreude coursing through the digital-publishing ecosystem regarding BuzzFeed is entirely understandable. Not particularly helpful, but entirely understandable.In late January, the Wall Street Journal reported that BuzzFeed was cutting 15 percent of its global workforce, resulting in about 250 layoffsand plenty of anger directed at BuzzFeed's leadership (as well as lots of sympathy for the fired workers). It hasn't helped that, as various outlets have reported, the layoffs were staggered over several days, leaving many staffers in an agonizing state of uncertainty.The truth, though, is that BuzzFeed has been operating in a vaguely agonizing state of flux for quite a while now. Continue reading at AdAge.com Continue reading at 'Advertising Age'

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