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Upbeat message for Norwegian editors touring The Telegraph’s new hub

The UK newspaper industry has a "new confidence" which will ensure the printed media is around for a long time to come, according to Society of Editors executive director Bob Satchwell. The former editor, who was at the helm of the Cambridge Evening News from 1984 to 1998, told a group of Norwegian newspaper editors that the future looked so good that he wished he was "starting all over again".
He was speaking as the group toured The Daily Telegraph's new multimedia integrated newsroom. Read more here from Holdthefrontpage (via Roy Greenslade)


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