The New York Times will conduct a comprehensive review of newsroom strategies

You might have heard: In its fourth quarter results, The New York Times reported a 5 percent growth in digital subscriptions while daily print circulation declined by 6.9 percent (New York Times)

But did you know: As print circulation continues to decline and the digital transformation continues, Dean Baquet said to staff in a memo, “It is time to catch our breath and come up with a shared vision for what our report, and ultimately the New York Times newsroom, should look like in the coming years.” To that end, The New York Times will conduct a review of its newsroom strategies, including NYT’s desk system and its “slower-growing enterprises.” The review, which will be led by David Leonhardt, could likely include some staff cuts, Michael Calderone writes.