Executive chairman Antony Catalano explains why ACM is rethinking its newspaper printing operations

By Antony Catalano
Updated August 3 2020 - 6:55am, first published July 31 2020 - 10:35am
As news audiences have increasingly moved online, the number of printed publications and the volume of printing has reduced.
As news audiences have increasingly moved online, the number of printed publications and the volume of printing has reduced.

When I joined The Age in Melbourne in 1990, the printing presses in Spencer Street would usually start running about 10.30 or 11 o'clock at night to produce the first edition of the newspaper and they'd continue through until about 3 o'clock in the morning for the third edition.

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