A useful start would be firing every member of the editorial board.
Because the standard head up arse New York liberalism of them all doesn’t play that well outside New York.
But this is a good example of their real and basic problem:
Will everyone’s workloads double now? No, says Kahn, who says that the daily URL output of the newsroom — 1,300-strong — won’t have to jump from 300 to, say, 350. It’s all about “looking for opportunities in the realm of what we’re reporting,” he says.
They’re producing 300 pieces from 1,300 reporters each day? Each reporter is expected to produce a little less than one piece each four days? What the fuck are they actually doing?