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What buyouts at the LA Times will mean for the future of the paper

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File: The Los Angeles Times building is seen on the eve of a board meeting of Tribune Co. directors on Sept. 20, 2006 in Los Angeles.
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The Los Angeles Times building on September 20, 2006 in Los Angeles, California.

About 80 employees accepted buyout offers made by the newspaper in an effort to reduce costs and survive in an era which has been tough on print media.

Thanksgiving Eve was the last day of work for about 80 newsroom staffers at the Los Angeles Times. The employees accepted buyout offers made by the newspaper in an effort to reduce costs and survive in an era which has been tough on print media. 

Tony Perry, former Los Angeles Times San Diego bureau chief, and media analyst

joined Take Two for a discussion about how the paper will function in the wake of the buyouts.

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