We bring our journalism to the broadest, most diverse audiences, wherever they are - from Instagram and TikTok to short-form video and longer documentaries, including the Bafta-winning The Black Cop, as well as ambitious interactive storytelling, record audiences to our daily podcast Today in Focus, chart-topping narrative podcast series including Can I Tell You a Secret, our new daily authored newsletter First Edition (over 250,000 subscribers), and sellout virtual Guardian Live events. Our US and Australia offices cover events there for domestic, global and UK audiences. Our round-the-clock Ukraine live blog, running constantly since the invasion and fed by our extensive investment in on-the-ground reporting, tracks the latest developments, while our visuals and powerful films have put the invasion in context. From the UK cost-of-living crisis to events in Hong Kong, Iran and Ukraine, tens of thousands of reader submissions to our community team helped inform our coverage. We played a key role in holding Boris Johnson’s government to account, with our exclusive Partygate story showing Johnson and his advisers enjoying cheese and wine in the Downing Street garden. Our Politics Liveblog reached huge audiences, with new features making it more navigable. Our climate reporting is supported by impactful visual journalism and large-scale projects including our Carbon Bombs series. Our new Journalism Product team worked with editorial to refine our delivery of live coverage, delivering innovative new features and tools. We used AI and forward-thinking design to help readers understand the wider context of a live blog. We've reworked our home pages with greater flexibility in projecting huge long-term events. We created bespoke styling for major events such as the Ukraine invasion and the Queen’s death. Our breaking news story on the Queen’s death is our most-read story ever. Three huge global investigations demonstrated our focus on revelatory stories that effect real change. The Pegasus Project revealed how governments spied on journalists, opposition politicians, activists and others. The Pandora Papers, the biggest-ever leak of offshore data (11.9m documents), exposed the secret offshore accounts of 35 world leaders, including heads of state and government, and more than 100 billionaires, celebrities, and business leaders. The Uber Files, a global story that began with a whistleblower’s leak to the Guardian, showed how the company flouted laws, duped police, exploited violence against drivers and aggressively lobbied governments. Our global digital readers contribute more money than our newspapers for the first time, helping us produce our first cash surplus in a generation - money that will be reinvested into journalism. We had a gigantic 16.7bn page views in 2021, and we’re on course to exceed that in 2022 - against a backdrop of declining news consumption. We are committed to maintaining and growing our huge global reach in a responsible way that continues to bring our public interest journalism to the widest possible global audience.