Alan Rusbridger



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‘It was exhilarating’: how the Guardian went digital – and global

Former editor Alan Rusbridger looks back on the dawning realisation that news was about to change forever

A crystal ball was – at least at the outset – not required.

A trip to the US in 1993 to “see the internet” left me in no doubt: the days of the daily printed newspaper were numbered. Once people learned about this thing they were calling the “world wide web”, there would be no going back. It mig

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“Power needs witnesses. Witnesses need to be able to speak freely to an audience. The truth can only follow on from agreed facts. Facts can only be agreed if they can be openly articulated, tested ... and contested. That process of statement and challenge helps something like the truth to emerge. From truth can come progress. In the absence of this daylight, bad things will most certainly happen. The acts of bearing witness and establishing facts can lead to positive reform.”
Alan Rusbridger, Breaking News: The Remaking of Journalism and Why It Matters Now

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