ABC News to cut half its domestic correspondents, close bricks-and-mortar bureaus [Updated]

TV journalism feels the pain. The jobs remaining will favor journalists who can shoot and edit their own footage. The mood was grim in Los Angeles, the largest bureau outside of Washington. The 40-plus staffers were told this week that only a few producers would remain and only two correspondents would be assigned to cover the West, down from a total of six who work out of Dallas, Seattle, San…