Producing the News
The following is a journalist’s account of an international news agency’s factory-like routine. Beginning in Fleet Street as a trainee in 1952,r.f.worked 5 years as an agency sub-editor—‘the most anonymous of all johs in the news agency world.’ A writer, he is married, with one child.
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