The Sun is Moving, and Staffers Past and Present Don’t Seem Happy About It

1/7/18

By Brandon Weigel, Baltimore Fishbowl

The Sun’s Sarah Gantz reported yesterday the city’s paper of record is leaving its downtown office and is on the verge of renovating space in its Port Covington printing plant to accommodate a state-of-the-art newsroom.

Publisher and editor-in-chief Trif Alatzas announced the plans in a memo to staff yesterday and wrote that details “are still being finalized.”

“By renovating the building, we will be able to have most of our employees under one roof,” he wrote. “A new formatted space will allow us to evolve into a next-generation news organization with a state-of-the-art newsroom, and it will provide flexible work stations to accommodate a more nimble sales structure.”

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