By Bron Maher, June 27, 2023, PressGazette

Beginning in late 2021, The Philadelphia Inquirer set ten or so of its staff the year-long task of rebuilding its print infrastructure and revamping its newspaper’sdesign.

The third oldest continuously operating newspaper in the US made that decision despite suffering the same chronic circulation declines as the rest of the country’s press.

Press Gazette spoke with the Inquirer’s chief technology officer, Matt Boggie, to find out why the organisation committed so many work hours to a medium whose demise has long been prophesied.

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