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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 11, 1994
About 75 composing room workers at the Daily News of Los Angeles have been given 60 days notice of impending layoffs, as required under federal law. The workers, whose contract expired Nov. 2, are being replaced by a new computer pagination system that the Woodland Hills-based newspaper says would eliminate the need for manual layout and composing work. The Daily News said the first layoffs would occur from Jan. 9 to 23.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 2, 1994 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Composing room workers at the Daily News of Los Angeles, whose contract expires at midnight tonight, have voted to strike but have not set a deadline. The Daily News says the positions have become obsolete because of a new computer pagination system that would eliminate the need for manual layout and composing work. The Woodland Hills-based newspaper plans to eliminate about 70 of the 83 composing room jobs.
BUSINESS
October 8, 1994 | GREG MILLER
The Daily News of Los Angeles said David J. Auger has resigned from his position as publisher of the newspaper to pursue other interests. "Dave has done an excellent job at the Daily News, and we are sorry to see him go," said Larry T. Beasley, president and chief executive. Beasley, who was hired by the paper in August, said he will assume the duties of publisher "at the present time." Auger, 38, had been publisher of the Woodland Hills-based newspaper since August, 1989.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 5, 1994 | ANDREA FORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Seeking to end a running battle in the O.J. Simpson murder trial, Superior Court Judge Lance A. Ito has ordered police and prosecutors to turn over to the defense volumes of paperwork detailing police activity at the outset of the double murder case, according to court papers released Tuesday. Among the items to be given to defense lawyers are photographs of the shoes that law enforcement workers wore at the murder scene, where bloody shoe prints were found.
BUSINESS
September 28, 1994 | PATRICE APODACA
The Daily News of Los Angeles has promoted Managing Editor Robert W. Lund to the post of editor, succeeding Robert W. Burdick, whose departure was announced earlier this month. Lund, 38, a nine-year Daily News veteran, has been managing editor of the Woodland Hills-based newspaper for the past two years. He has also worked at the Dallas Times Herald, San Francisco Examiner, Denver Post and Ft. Worth Star-Telegram. Daily News President and Chief Executive Larry T.
NEWS
January 21, 1994 | MICHAEL PARRISH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rocked along with the region that depends on them for information, Los Angeles-area newspapers made sometimes herculean efforts this week to reach their readers. And although media outlets lost revenue when the temblors cut off their phone lines and temporarily shut down advertising offices, none expects much long-term financial harm from the damage. Hardest hit was the Daily News, headquartered in Woodland Hills. Spokeswoman Lynne T.
SPORTS
August 5, 1993 | STEVE SPRINGER
Eric Noland of the Los Angeles Daily News was banned from the Raider practice field in Oxnard for the second consecutive day. A groundswell of protest has begun to build for Noland, with the Pro Football Writers of America and the Associated Press Sports Editors joining the Daily News in demanding Noland be given equal access to the Raiders.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 1993 | MAIA DAVIS
Six months after opening a bureau in Camarillo, the Los Angeles Daily News has closed the office, laying off a reporter and a photographer and dispersing the remaining staff to other bureaus, a Los Angeles Newspaper Guild official said. Although Daily News officials refused to comment on the staff reductions or the closing of the Camarillo office, the Woodland Hills-based newspaper published a report Thursday saying it was laying off 10 employees as a cost-cutting move.
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