Three jobs go at Shoreham as Johnston Press cuts continue


The Shoreham Herald in East Sussex is the latest local paper to be hit by the job cuts currently raging across the industry.

Holdthefrontpage reports that the edition editor, sport editor and entertainment editor have all lost their jobs in recent weeks – three seemingly vital roles. This follows major job cuts across parent company Johnston Press – and across the other big regional players: Newsquest and Trinity Mirror.

Yesterday Press Gazette reported that six jobs were being cut by Newsquest at its London weeklies as it axed the roles of sub editor.

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