Using technology from CoverItLive, The Post will be running a live blog throughout the day, from 7am until the presses roll during the early hours of Wednesday morning for its next print edition, to detail the editorial workings of the newspaper.
Editor Mark Thomas, deputy editor Alison Gow, news editor Andy Kelly, sports editor Richard Williamson, business editor Bill Gleeson and features editor Emma Johnson will all be contributing.
Journalists will also be using Bambuser and Qik technologies to stream video of themselves conducting interviews or at work in the office via their mobile phones. They will also stream the day's main editorial conference.
(Watch the editorial conference live here.)
Readers of the blog will be able to suggest ideas for stories and post questions to journalists about editorial decisions on content and design of both the online and print edition of the paper.
"The success of the live blog during our local election coverage proved that our readers enjoy being a part of the newsgathering process, asking questions and sharing information,” said Mark Thomas, Liverpool Daily Post editor.
"Now we want to take this a stage further and invite people to get involved in the production of their newspaper. Giving them the opportunity to comment via a live blog and streaming, and to actually 'attend' our news conference seemed the next logical step.
"I'm sure a lot of people will be surprised at the decision to make our next day's stories public before they are published, but our readers are intelligent, questioning people whose input will enhance our newsgathering operation. I look forward to sharing my thoughts with them and hearing their own views as the day progresses."