The transcripts of the official inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press. More…

Well, of course, the largest by far has been: how do you take a newspaper which, for 225 years, was printed entirely on paper, and say how do you produce editions of the Times that live up to what our readers expect of the Times but -- not in print but on screen? So one of the very big changes has been moving to a 24-hour newsroom, moving to a whole range of different devices and journalistically that, of course, has meant that we can do things very differently, the incorporation of videos and interactive graphics and all that.

So that means that our journalism is changing very rapidly, as is the way that our readers are consuming the Times.

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