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Taylor Smith Records A Day in Liverpool

Looking at news within the city of Liverpool, Taylor created a journal recording his findings.
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Liz Lake Reporting For RRU News

Liz created a visual response to the ongoing news stories about Facebook and Cambridge Analytica
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Graphic Artist Patrick Thomas Takes Over St John’s Shopping Centre

In another of our 24 hour commissions we asked graphic artist Patrick Thomas to produce work throughout Thursday 5th April responding instantly to news headlines.
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Photographer Rachel Megawhat Responds to the Day’s Big Stories, 4 April 2018

Working to our rapid 24 hour brief, photographer Rachel Megawhat responded to the news headlines on Thursday 4th April and produced new pieces of digital work.
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Jeremy Deller Gives Away 2000 Original Posters Relating to Facebook

On Wednesday 21 March RRU News produced 2000 original printed posters designed by Turner Prize winning artist Jeremy Deller relating to Facebook and the process of deleting Facebook accounts.
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Introducing RRU News Correspondents Phil Disley and Jane Farley

Internationally renowned cartoonist and dot-art member artist Phil Disley and Liverpool based digital artist Jane Farley from First Take transposed a traditional 2D artform onto digital platforms including GIFS, animation and Augmented Reality. 
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RRU News Opens In Liverpool

The Rapid Response Unit opens it's doors to the public, March 2018. A newsroom where the correspondents are artists, the editor is a film-maker and the stories are first hand testimonies, the news agenda is shaped by ordinary people and the headlines are written by the public. 
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