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National Geographic Lays Off Its Remaining Writers

National Geographic, the iconic yellow framed magazine that has chronicled the natural world for more than 100 years, laid off its last remaining staff writers this week, departing staffers said, Liam Reilly reported for CNN.

Photo Insert: National Geographic, which had more than 1.7 million subscribers at the end of 2022, will continue to publish monthly issues.



It was unclear how many staffers were cut during the latest round of layoffs at the magazine, but the move comes as parent company Walt Disney Co. has slashed thousands of staffers across its divisions this year.


National Geographic, which had more than 1.7 million subscribers at the end of 2022, will continue to publish monthly issues, a magazine spokesperson told CNN in a statement on Wednesday.



“Staffing changes will not change our ability to do this work, but rather give us more flexibility to tell different stories and meet our audiences where they are across our many platforms,” the spokesperson said.


“Any insinuation that the recent changes will negatively impact the magazine, or the quality of our storytelling, is simply incorrect.” News of the layoffs was reported on Twitter Tuesday when departing magazine staff writers began to circulate the news.





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