JournalismPakistan.com January 13, 2013
ISLAMABAD: Express News Television has cut down staff at its bureau offices in Sargodha and Rahimyar Khan reportedly because of financial issues.
Insiders say there are now no bureau chiefs at the two stations with only a reporter and a cameraman left at each center. Each bureau used to have four to five reporters and three cameramen.
In July Express News laid off about 20 odd employees from its Lahore office.
Most of those sacked had been accommodated from the Express Group’s English language channel Express 24/7, abruptly shut down in late 2011.
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