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Page One: Inside the New York Times Review

Understanding how a newsroom works is fairly important to the work I do. I’ve been to a couple, but I’ve yet to experience something as headstrong and fast-paced as The New York Times’ newsroom. Page One: Inside the New York Times showcases not just how a newsroom operates, with unprecedented, personal access to those involved in the process of writing and telling a story, but shows the shift from print to the rise of social media and online work. When the end comes for print media entirely, nobody knows, but this documentary from Andrew Rossi captures the revolution social media has become, and how large print papers have been slow to adapt to the necessary, inevitable changes. 

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