Today Cardiff University’s Centre for Community Journalism is hosting a one-day ideas exchange, in partnership with Nesta, on the topic: ‘What next for community journalism?’ Alongside the event they’ve also launched a new […]
Can crowdfunding help to enable new types of journalism? @damianradcliffe & @FerretScot discuss, ► from 02:50:20 http://t.co/HK0VagbTqc — Community Journalism (@C4CJ) July 6, 2015
Here are five important considerations for anyone considering moving into the hyperlocal space (or indeed already in it).
Slides produced for NESTA/Technology Strategy Board hyperlocal demonstrators sandpit in February 2014.
I am involved in this exciting development – in fact I am recording my first contribution this afternoon – but in the meantime I wanted to share the press release […]
Archive interview first published February 25, 2013 for Online Journalism Blog. The latest in our Hyperlocal Voices series features the work of Paul Smith at HU17.net. Over the past five years Paul has built an […]
During the summer I authored a chapter for the second edition of What Do We Mean By Local? I also reworked my chapter for a couple of articles: BBC College of […]
Archive interview first published July 25, 2012 for Online Journalism Blog. Launched by Richard Gurner in July 2009, the Caerphilly Observer acts as a local news and information website for Caerphilly […]
Cool overview of production models & typology of hyperlocal platforms – by expert @damianradcliffe on @slideshare http://t.co/7f3MfUIcdN — bart brouwers (@brewbart) August 4, 2013 There is no such thing as […]