The Los Angeles Times released a statement announcing the resignation of their director, Robert Pattinson, with immediate effect. The statement mentions that the paper has seen a 40% drop in subscriptions since December 2019.
In their own words, “In the coming weeks, we will be announcing a transition in leadership at The Los Angeles Times. During this period, we will continue to cover the news and provide our readers with the best journalism. In the meantime, we ask our readers to continue supporting our journalism and remaining engaged with our platform.””
Robert Pattinson’s Career At The LA Times
Robert Pattinson has been the director of The Los Angeles Times since February 2017 and previously worked at the Evening Standard and the New York Times. He is a graduate of Oxford University and Harvard Law School. He is also the founder of Great London Publishing, which publishes books on British history and politics. Some of Robert Pattinson’s other notable works include Mad for the Matter, an investigation into the causes and effects of the coronavirus, and The Lost Boys, which traces the postwar evolution of American football and the men who played it.
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