Capturing Journalism in the Moment: Day and Night at Haaretz

A special edition of Haaretz's Photo Blog celebrating the newspaper's 100th anniversary

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7:00 P.M.  Looking out from Schocken 21
7:00 P.M. Looking out from Schocken 21.
Daniel Tchetchik
Daniel Tchetchik
6:31 A.M. The night guard at the end of his shift.
9:17 A.M. The Haaretz news desk.
10:13 A.M. A worker searches for a historical detail in the archive.
12:35 P.M. Welfare and internal affairs reporter Lee Yaron and photographer Ilan Assayag in Bnei Ayish.
Local Testimony.
Ilan, the photographer, makes sure that everyone is in the right place.
Watching from the sidelines.
2:25 P.M. The digital archive, photos of Ayelet Shaked and Hebrew Book Week.
2:40 P.M. TheMarker news desk in action.
3:00 P.M. Light tables. In the past, they were used to sort through photographs, but today they're used to grow houseplants in windowless departments.
3:15 P.M. Yaffa, works at Haaretz for more than 20 years.
3:35 P.M. The stairwell in the Schocken building.
5:05 P.M. Keeping Haaretz clean.
6:35 P.M. A cigarette break in the Haaretz parking lot.
7:00 P.M. Looking out from Schocken 21.
7:35 P.M. Haaretz English Edition news desk.
10:23 P.M. TheMarker, shortly before closing.
12:10 A.M. Receiving the materials at the printing office.
1:20 A.M. Preparing to print.
1:35 A.M. Color balancing.
2:40 A.M. Rest for the weary.
3:55 A.M. Almost ready.
4:15 A.M. Distribution begins.
6 A.M. The paper arrives.