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Guardian staff discuss 24/7 working

Roy Greenslade has been along to one of the staff meetings Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger is holding to talk about proposals to introduce 24/7 working at the paper.

It is a fascinating glimpse of the paper’s open culture and deserves to be read in full. The basis of the debate was laid down by Rusbridger who said: “The print-on-paper model [for newspapers] isn’t making money and isn’t going to make money. It’s no longer sustainable. Though the future is unknowable, we are taking an educated guess about what we should be doing and where we should be going.”

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