From new media to Guardian Unlimited: records of the Guardian’s first years online

Discover the Guardian News & Media Archive’s collection of records charting the Guardian’s first steps online to its development as one of the world’s most popular newspaper websites.The GNM Archive has recently catalogued a large collection of records relating to the development of the Guardian online from the mid 1990s until 2009. The records, which cover production, design and marketing, provide a unique insight into significant developments made by the newspaper in online publishing during this period.Although the Guardian’s online presence can be dated back to 1994, the earliest records available in the archive date from 1995 and cover the work of the Guardian’s New Media Lab (NML), a dedicated team set up to develop the newspaper’s online presence. The NML produced a number of the Guardian’s early websites, many of which were standalone, relating to specific subjects or events and in partnership with third parties. These included websites for the Euro ‘96 football tournament, the 1997 UK general election and cricket tournaments including the 1997 Ashes and England’s 1998 tour of the West Indies. Continue reading... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

[ The Guardian | 2019-11-06 09:48:39 UTC ]
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