A week after finding a TV partner in its hastened push into video, Mashable is laying off several editorial staffers.
"We are certain this is the right direction for Mashable. But that doesn't make it any less difficult to say goodbye to our friends and teammates," Mashable CEO Pete Cashmore wrote in a memo posted on LinkedIn.
Chief content officer Jim Roberts and CRO Seth Rogin are among those leaving the company. Both joined Mashable from The New York Times in 2013.
"Jim has been instrumental in building Mashable into a truly global media brand," wrote Cashmore.