Over the course of five years, Will Steacy photographed the editorial and printing premises of the Philadelphia Inquirer at the height of financial difficulties: the loss of advertisers; mass redundancies; threat of bankruptcy… Through this series, he portrays a true picture of the entire North American and global press industry and questions data processing in the internet age.
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