It won't be easy.
It's been rumored for a while, and Martin Baron of the Boston 'Globe' is stepping in.
The young scribe is headed to Beantown.
Will the New York Times Company finally be able to get rid of it?
Then, after realizing the error of her ways, she deleted her entire account.
It's similar to the one originally offered by parent organization the New York Times Company.
Though the paper is not definitely for sale, Arthur Sulzberger Jr. is already looking to see who might be interested.
By making steep pay and benefit cuts to the Boston Newspaper Guild, the company achieved the savings it needed to keep the paper alive.
Employee wages will be reduced by 23 percent in order to keep the paper from shutting down.
The 'Observer' wasn't the only place that had layoffs today.
The Boston 'Globe' continues to wrestle with employee unions and the 'Times,' and an alt-weekly outsources its content to India, in our daily media roundup.
At stake is the fate of New England's most storied newspaper, but labor leaders say this latest move is just "bullying."
But it's online-only. Meanwhile, the ax came down at some traditional media companies.
Yep, you read that right. There's a media job, everybody! A media job!
Wait: Was it okay for us to use that quote?