We're told an e-mail was sent out to the staff at WNYC (which is currently going through union negotiations) announcing that eleven approved but unfilled positions (nine non-union and two union) and seven and a half filled positions (two and a half non-union and five union) were to be eliminated. A spokesman for the beloved New York public radio station had no comment on the changes or how long they will take to come into effect, if they do at all.
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