latimes.com – By Andrea Chang – Former Los Angeles Times Editor in Chief Lewis D’Vorkin was fired by Tronc Inc. on Thursday and several dozen other employees of the company were laid off. D’Vorkin was the chief content officer of Tribune Interactive, a newly formed digital business unit of The Times’ parent company. The reason for his firing was not clear. A spokeswoman for Chicago-based Tronc declined to provide details, citing personnel privacy. The layoffs, which included the Los Angeles-based video and online content teams, were due to a change in the company’s business strategy, according to a source familiar with the cuts who was not authorized to speak publicly.