by: Kristen Hare | Poynter
In October, the South Florida Sun Sentinel unveiled a site redesign, a newspaper redesign and a new plan to cover the news. Called “The New Digital,” the plan was aimed at changing workflow and doing away with old print-based habits held by many of the journalists there. Except for one desk, everyone at the paper would work and produce for the Web.
Almost eight months later, I caught up with some of the staff at the Sun Sentinel to see how “The New Digital” is going.