The Telegraph's hub-and-spokes newsroom has drawn the attention of newspapers worldwide. Department heads sit in the middle of the open floor newsroom. Each of the news sections (business, sports, international…) is lined up on a different ‘spoke’. Adjacent spokes are actually positioned in ‘curves’ of people in charge of either content, or design, production... “Those curves are quite important to us, they kind of work as internal triangles,” said Rhidian Wynn-Davies, consulting editor of the Telegraph. To the sides of the open floor are all the content-producing teams (supplements, magazines, featury content) that are less dependent on news, but also production rooms for video and audio. Upstairs, set apart, sit all commercial and corporate operations.
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