They spoke in general terms. David Zeeck mentioned rebuilding the paper from the ground up. In an email to employees yesterday, Eric Johnston spoke of an operational reorganization.
Johnston said he would give more details to employees this coming week.
What kind of changes are they going to make? I don't know. But a reader posted this provocative comment.
Same crap that's going on at other McClatchy papers. They're putting more emphasis on the online product, consolidating copy editor duties and staff, demanding reporters use modern news-gathering tools (video, Twitter, etc.) and shifting responsibilities and titles. In other words, more work and pressure for the peasants.
Update: another reader says the reorganization -- if we can call it that -- has to involve cutting costs because the company probably needs to cut expenses another 20% - 30%.
... At the end of the day, fewer people are doing more work. The company needs to cut costs another 20% to 30% in order to remain profitable while revenue declines another 20% to 30% over the next year.