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ESPN said to be considering job cuts

The number of jobs cuts of on-air reporters and anchors has yet to be determined at ESPN, according a person familiar with the plan.

LOS ANGELES — ESPN, the most-watched cable network, plans to cut jobs after concluding it's overstaffed in on-air talent, according to a person familiar with the matter.

The number of jobs affected has yet to be determined, and it's not yet clear whether the network will meet its goals by firing some workers or just winding down contracts, said the pe

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