The Los Angeles Times won an enviable five Pulitzer Prizes for reporting, writing and photography this year — but those honors didn't shield the paper from recent company-wide job cuts due to a serious drop in advertising revenue. NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates reports on the impact the cuts are having on one of America's biggest news organizations.
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