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ST gets revamped newsroom with multimedia focus

09 Feb 2019 09:00

ST's revamped newsroom will allow staff from different desks to collaborate and work more seamlessly across platforms, with numerous discussion corners and nine "phone booths" (below, right), where staff can make calls or work on stories together. The Straits Times newsroom's central hub (left), where the key editors of all the sections are stationed, and the conference room (above), where editors have their daily meetings. Screens all around the newsroom display charts with real-time information on what stories are trending or gaining traction with the audience. Singapore Press Holdings chairman Lee Boon Yang (centre, in pink), Straits Times editor Warren Fernandez and other staff watching as a lion dance was performed in the new ST newsroom yesterday. The second stage of the newsroom revamp is slated for completion next month. ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI, ARIFFIN JAMAR ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO

By Linette Lai

The Straits Times has returned home to its revamped newsroom, which has been transformed to enable its journalists to meet readers' changing needs.

The new set-up will allow journalists and editors from different desks to collaborate and work more seamlessly across platforms, producing content for its digital, mobile, video, radio and print products.

There is also a greater emphasis on using data to track readers' interests, with screens all around the newsroom displaying charts with real-time information on what stories are trending or gaining traction with its audience.

The Straits Times moved into its current News Centre premises in Toa Payoh North in February 2002, after 43 years at Times House in Kim Seng Road. The ST newsroom occupies the second floor of the main building, and this is its first complete renovation since it moved in.


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ST's revamped newsroom will allow staff from different desks to collaborate and work more seamlessly across platforms, with numerous discussion corners and nine "phone booths" (below, right), where staff can make calls or work on stories together. The Straits Times newsroom's central hub (left), where the key editors of all the sections are stationed, and the conference room (above), where editors have their daily meetings. Screens all around the newsroom display charts with real-time information on what stories are trending or gaining traction with the audience. Singapore Press Holdings chairman Lee Boon Yang (centre, in pink), Straits Times editor Warren Fernandez and other staff watching as a lion dance was performed in the new ST newsroom yesterday. The second stage of the newsroom revamp is slated for completion next month. ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI, ARIFFIN JAMAR ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO


ST's revamped newsroom will allow staff from different desks to collaborate and work more seamlessly across platforms, with numerous discussion corners and nine "phone booths" (below, right), where staff can make calls or work on stories together. The Straits Times newsroom's central hub (left), where the key editors of all the sections are stationed, and the conference room (above), where editors have their daily meetings. Screens all around the newsroom display charts with real-time information on what stories are trending or gaining traction with the audience. Singapore Press Holdings chairman Lee Boon Yang (centre, in pink), Straits Times editor Warren Fernandez and other staff watching as a lion dance was performed in the new ST newsroom yesterday. The second stage of the newsroom revamp is slated for completion next month. ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI, ARIFFIN JAMAR ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO


ST's revamped newsroom will allow staff from different desks to collaborate and work more seamlessly across platforms, with numerous discussion corners and nine "phone booths" (below, right), where staff can make calls or work on stories together. The Straits Times newsroom's central hub (left), where the key editors of all the sections are stationed, and the conference room (above), where editors have their daily meetings. Screens all around the newsroom display charts with real-time information on what stories are trending or gaining traction with the audience. Singapore Press Holdings chairman Lee Boon Yang (centre, in pink), Straits Times editor Warren Fernandez and other staff watching as a lion dance was performed in the new ST newsroom yesterday. The second stage of the newsroom revamp is slated for completion next month. ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI, ARIFFIN JAMAR ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO


ST's revamped newsroom will allow staff from different desks to collaborate and work more seamlessly across platforms, with numerous discussion corners and nine "phone booths" (below, right), where staff can make calls or work on stories together. The Straits Times newsroom's central hub (left), where the key editors of all the sections are stationed, and the conference room (above), where editors have their daily meetings. Screens all around the newsroom display charts with real-time information on what stories are trending or gaining traction with the audience. Singapore Press Holdings chairman Lee Boon Yang (centre, in pink), Straits Times editor Warren Fernandez and other staff watching as a lion dance was performed in the new ST newsroom yesterday. The second stage of the newsroom revamp is slated for completion next month. ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI, ARIFFIN JAMAR ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO


ST's revamped newsroom will allow staff from different desks to collaborate and work more seamlessly across platforms, with numerous discussion corners and nine "phone booths" (below, right), where staff can make calls or work on stories together. The Straits Times newsroom's central hub (left), where the key editors of all the sections are stationed, and the conference room (above), where editors have their daily meetings. Screens all around the newsroom display charts with real-time information on what stories are trending or gaining traction with the audience. Singapore Press Holdings chairman Lee Boon Yang (centre, in pink), Straits Times editor Warren Fernandez and other staff watching as a lion dance was performed in the new ST newsroom yesterday. The second stage of the newsroom revamp is slated for completion next month. ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI, ARIFFIN JAMAR ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO

Source: Straits Times
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