(UNDATED) - Some Indiana properties owned by the nation's largest newspaper publisher have announced how many employees have been impacted in a new round of job cuts.
The Indianapolis Star media group says it has eliminated 37 positions, including 17 in the newsroom.
The Richmond Palladium-Item says 10 positions have been cut across several departments.
Gannett also owns the Journal and Courier in Lafayette and the Star-Press in Muncie.
The impact of the company-wide job cuts on those papers has not been officially announced.
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