03 November 2008

Telegraph Trials Post-Moderation

An ongoing experiment at Telegraph.co.uk has enabled journalists to publish their un-edited work online.

The post-moderation trial removes the role of the sub-editor from its traditional position in the news process and sees content checked by production journalists after it has been displayed on the website.

Assistant editor Justin Williams revealed the details of the pilot project at a discussion event last week, reports Press Gazette.

He said: “We’re experimenting with post moderation on web stories - so we have either the desk or, in an increasing number of instances, writers publishing all stories direct to the website.

“Our production journalists then post moderate that content after it has been put live and we use this as the first stage in the newspaper sub-editing process.”

See Press Gazette and Journalism.co.uk for further details on this story.



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