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#MeToo, Impeachment rallies: LAT blog

The following were part of the L.A. Times live-blog national coverage of the one year anniversary of the Women’s March:


Tess Carter’s devastatingly simple words about surviving sexual violence were carried by a tiny battery-powered amplifier that couldn’t quite overcome the sounds of thousands marching and chanting in a separate rally a block away. 508 more words

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L.A. Times Publisher Placed On Unpaid Leave

Los Angeles Times publisher Ross Levinsohn has been placed on an unpaid leave of absence pending the outcome of parent company tronc’s investigation into allegations of sexual harassment, the company confirmed. 159 more words

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L.A. Times Publisher Placed on Unpaid Leave Amid Sexual Harassment Investigation

Los Angeles Times publisher and CEO Ross Levinsohn has been in his job fewer than six months, but on Friday, he was placed on an unpaid leave while the Times parent company, Tronc, investigates past misconduct at his previous jobs, as well as two sexual-harassment settlements involving the embattled publishing executive. 799 more words


Tronc That! Los Angeles Times Journalists Vote To Unionize

In a first for the 136-year-old Los Angeles Times, editorial workers have voted to join a union.

The overwhelming vote of 248-44 was certified today by the National Labor Relations Board. 538 more words


In Historic 1st for Newspaper, Los Angeles Times Journalists Vote 248-44 to Unionize

Journalists at the Los Angeles Times have overwhelmingly elected to form a union, a first for the 136-year-old news organization that for much of its history was known for its opposition to organized labor. 174 more words

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Los Angeles Times Newsroom Votes 248-44 in Favor of Unionization

Following months of turmoil over leadership changes and corporate tumult, an overwhelming majority of Los Angeles Times employees who cast ballots voted to unionize, federal labor officials announced Friday. 492 more words


L.A. Times Publisher Placed on Unpaid Leave While Tronc Investigates 'Questionable Behavior' Following NPR Report

The CEO and publisher of the Los Angeles Times is on an unpaid leave while under investigation by the paper’s parent company, Tronc, following an… 635 more words

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