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Layoffs at Univision

El Nuevo Da, Posted: Feb 27, 2009

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- At least 30 people say they have been laid off from the local Univision station here, in addition to the more than 250 employees reportedly laid off from the Hispanic broadcasting company across the United States, reports El Nuevo Da. Former Univision employees claim that the local station has reduced its news staff, including laying off reporters Zugey Lamela, Marjorie Ramirez, Raynee Hance, Milly Gil Toro Kaly Esther and Jose Figueroa. A source told El Nuevo Da that the local Monday through Friday news program would be reduced to one half hour. Station managers declined to comment for this story, reports El Nuevo Da.


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