AGM beats ash
For decades the process of creating stories for readers has remained largely unchanged, with reporters and sub-editors assigned to particular newspapers.
The internet saw the process remain much the same, with stories published in print and then on the web.
With the ever-changing media landscape enabling people to consume news and information via many different channels, it's vital to find new processes so Archant can develop its position in the communities it serves.
Archant appointed IFRA – the global organisation of the world's newspapers and news publishers – to conduct a six-month review that looked at every aspect of the process, from news-gathering to final publication.
While each of Archant Regional's divisions have set up their new editorial structures in slightly different ways, the emphasis is firmly placed on effective planning that will deliver a better service and allow content to be created and delivered through multiple channels.
You may also want to watch:
'For many years, our newspapers were dominated by print deadlines and print thinking.
We're now asking our journalists to embrace different disciplines.
- 1 Man dies in hospital after fight near Norfolk pub
- 2 Norfolk wakes up to empty pumps – despite assurances of ‘ample fuel stocks’
- 3 The Bill star reveals he has moved to Norfolk and why he loves it
- 4 Queues form at Norfolk petrol stations - despite reassurances over stock
- 5 Huge seaside home with indoor pool for sale for £600,000
- 6 How farm shop grew from honesty-box shed to £1.2m turnover
- 7 Petrol station queues causing rush-hour delays
- 8 SOLD! Royal Arcade goes for £2m MORE than guide price
- 9 Why has a golden dome appeared in this Norfolk town?
- 10 Some queues - but business largely as usual at Norfolk's petrol stations