Reporters Walk Off Job At Money-Losing Washington Post To Protest Needed Cuts

  • Unionized journalists and other staff at The Washington Post in D.C. and around the world are set to strike for 24 hours starting Thursday.
  • According to The Washington Post Guild, around 700 reporters, editors, photographers and other staff will strike for the day.
  • The Guild said management has been negotiating in bad faith for the past 18 months during contract talks. It said management is unwilling to offer fair wages that keep up with inflation and compete with other news outlets.