From Publisher’s Weekly:
Following a major restructuring of its newsroom, the Atlanta Journal Constitution has eliminated the books editor position formerly held by Teresa Weaver. However, Mary Dugenske, the paper’s director of communications, said, “We will continue to publish our arts and book section every Sunday.”
The newspaper announced impending staff changes in February, citing its desire to better support its online presence. Dugenske said that since that restructuring, more than half of the jobs in the paper’s newsroom have changed. “Its not just a books thing,” she said. “It’s affecting all of our editors.”
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