In the previous units, you have learned about the concept and principles of information and news sources. In this unit, we will explore the setup of a newsroom and the dynamics of print and online media. Publishing a newspaper is a complex process that requires a professionally trained and experienced team. This team consists of editorial and reporting staff who perform various tasks, including news gathering, news selection, news editing, and page layout, under the guidance of an editor. These activities, collectively known as news processing, occur continuously in a newsroom under significant pressure to meet deadlines. In essence, a newspaper is created by its editorial and reporting team, who typically work together in the newsroom to fulfill their responsibilities. They endure sleepless nights until the paper is sent for printing from the newsroom to the press. Even after publication, the pressure associated with factual accuracy, technical errors, and the proper presentation of information keeps them in a state of tension.