Update: Total cuts now at 11, including four on the editorial side and 7 on the business side.
Earlier: Three employees have lost their jobs on Entertainment Weekly’s editorial side, a source close to the magazine says.
Two of the laid-off staffers were based at the magazine’s Los Angeles bureau, says the source.
The cuts came as part of the mass layoffs happening now as a result of parent publisher Time Inc’s strategy to slash $100 millon in costs by year’s end.
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