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Time magazine’s digital staffers are seeking to unionize, breaking down a barrier at the organization between print and digital wings of the publication.

The iconic magazine’s print employees have been unionized for 80 years through the NewsGuild, which also represents a number of major news outlets including The Daily Beast.

But the union’s contract has not covered staffers designated by the company as primarily digital focused. In a statement provided to The Daily Beast, Time magazine digital staff said only employees who prove they spend 30% of their time working on print are currently allowed to join the Time magazine union.

Read more at The Daily Beast.

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