As other legacy publishers, Grupo Abril, the main magazine publisher in Brazil, is struggling to make a smooth transition from print to digital. Last week, the company announced a new round of cuts in both jobs and print titles. This time, magazines Capricho (teens), Exame PME (small and medium enterprises) and Guia Quatro Rodas (road trip guide) will be shut down. Ana Maria (women), Arquitetura & Construção (architecture), Contigo (gossip), Tititi (soap operas), Você RH (HR) and Você S/A (carreer) will be transferred to another publishing company.
More than 30 journalists were dismissed. The company is also being reorganized under three units: content, with president Victor Civita Neto acting as interim director, marketing, headed by Tiago Afonso, and revenues, with Rogerio Gabriel Comprido as sales director for all income sources.
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