CQ-Roll Call announces new editorial structure, layoffs

The merger between Congressional Quarterly and Roll Call has resulted in 44 layoffs and the development of a new editorial structure, reports Politico.

The merger between Congressional Quarterly and Roll Call has resulted in 44 layoffs and the development of a new editorial structure, reports Politico.

Mike Mills, editorial director, said in a memo that CQ-Roll Call Group will continue to be the largest newsroom covering Congress and the government.

The new editorial structure has been split into eight groups: Q News, which includes CQ Today, CQ Weekly, and CQ.com; CQ Legislative Tracking; Roll Call; Consumer Publishing, which includes Congress.org and CQPolitics.com; Specialty Publications, which includes Budget Tracker, HealthBeat, and CQ Homeland Security; copy and production desk; art and graphics; and new product development.

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