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How We Load Our Magazine

News rides a cycle and is scooped up at a stop called Outlook. It’s all in a week’s work, explains Sunit Arora.

How We Load Our Magazine
Illustration by Saahil
How We Load Our Magazine
outlookindia.com
2016-08-23T20:55:32+05:30

Friday

The Morning After, Outlook’s headquarters in Delhi’s Safdarjung Enclave resembles a morgue. The only indication of some (any) work achieved in the preceding week is a poster depicting the latest cover on the first floor. Copies of the magazine will only arrive around noon.

Detailed post-mortems have never been encouraged—a tradition that has endured from the editorship of the late Vinod Mehta. But a quick look-see is recommended, nay necessary, to ens­ure changes are made online.

Features and business editors meet their teams and discuss stories. By aft­ernoon, the competition lands on everyone’s desk. By 4 pm, the Friday edit meeting begins.

The participants: The editor, and senior editors overseeing political, national, business, features, international, investigations, design, photo departments. Typically nine editors att­end this meeting.

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