You can find it at ABC News:
“We anticipate that between now and the end of the year ABC News will undergo a fundamental transformation that will ultimately affect every corner of the enterprise,” Westin said.
“The time has come to re-think how we do what we are doing,” he said, adding that ABC News will “dramatically expand” its use of “digital journalists” — reporters who are capable of shooting and editing a story, for example.
Westin also said that weekday and weekend operations for the nightly news broadcast “World News” and the morning program “Good Morning America” would be combined.
“In newsmagazines and long-form programming, we will move to a more flexible blend of staff and freelancers,” he added.
“When we are finished, many job descriptions will be different, different skill sets may be required, and, yes, we will likely have substantially fewer people on staff at ABC News,” Westin said.
Sad, but true — technology is allowing journalists today to do far more with less.