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Responding to COVID-19

Divided we stand: remote newsrooms get the job done

The Australian, The Daily Telegraph, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, are now being put together from the couches and dining room tables of editors and journalists — and the process of decentralising a production process happened in a very short period. The Australian’s editor-in-chief, Christopher Dore, described publishing the national broadsheet remotely as an “incredible experience”, given the massive logistic demands on getting the paper out.

By Lachlan Moffet Brown

Research The Whole Story
26th Jul

The Benchmark Series: The Social Chapter

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The Benchmark Series: The Social Chapter

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Research Fundamentals
1st Jul

Fundamentals: Facts and stats Q1, 2021
Fundamentals: Facts and stats Q1, 2021

Deep Dives Case Studies
11th Jun

Tourism Australia x The Sun Herald
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