Fox News has made a round of layoffs, affecting less than 3% of staff, as part of restructuring efforts to streamline the business.
The outlet’s on-air talent are spared, but every other part of the company is affected — especially the hair and makeup teams.
The cuts mean hair and makeup will no longer be provided to Fox News guests, a source familiar with the restructuring told Business Insider.
This means that that anchors will continue to receive those services.
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Fox News has made layoffs across almost all areas of the company as part of a restructuring to streamline the business, with less than 3% of the company losing their jobs.The cuts are said to particularly affect its hair and makeup teams, meaning only regular on-air personalities will receive styling, as opposed to external guests, a source familiar with the restructuring told Business Insider.An internal memo from Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott, seen by Business Insider, said that “as a result of this reorganization, many of our co-workers and fr
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