Seven new jobs are being created and six are being lost in the latest newsroom shake-up by publisher Trinity Mirror.
Trinity Mirror says the plans are designed to “get journalists in the right places to cover the topics our audiences are interested in” as well as focusing on “digital acceleration”
It follows similar moves made by TM at its centres in Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle and North Wales.
The seven jobs being created in Cardiff include a what’s on writer covering Newport, multimedia journalists covering schools & parenting and court, and three digital sports writer roles.
A Trinity Mirror spokesman said: “In Cardiff there have been some changes to the newsroom as part of ongoing work to have the right resource in place to deliver news our audiences want, when they want it.
“As a result, seven new roles have been created, with six being made redundant. Those affected are in consultation.”