LIN TV mulls layoffs amid sales slump

LIN TV CORP., the Providence-based parent company of WPRI-TV CBS 12, above, WNAC-TV Fox 64, and 25 other television stations, said in a regulatory filing it expects to make further cost-cutting efforts. /
LIN TV CORP., the Providence-based parent company of WPRI-TV CBS 12, above, WNAC-TV Fox 64, and 25 other television stations, said in a regulatory filing it expects to make further cost-cutting efforts. /
PROVIDENCE – LIN TV Corp. is likely to undertake layoffs and other cost-cutting measures in the coming months to deal with a continued slump in advertising revenue, the company said in a regulatory filing late last week. In its quarterly report with the S.E.C., Providence-based LIN TV (NYSE: TVL) said revenue fell faster than expected…

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