Archive interview first published July 2, 2012 for Online Journalism Blog. For the third in our new series of Hyperlocal Voices we head North to the city of Preston in Lancashire, […]
Cross-post of an article written for journalism.co.uk Interesting thoughts on where #hyperlocal should go next (via @journalismnews) http://t.co/OsuAajgnFk #digital — @comms2point0 (@comms2point0) September 18, 2013 As we have seen, UK hyperlocal […]
Cross-post first published for the College of Journalism at the BBC Academy. Why things are going well for hyperlocal media in the UK http://t.co/CJhlubK0Ha — BBC Journalism (@BBCCollege) September 16, 2013 Supported by new […]
This is a cross post of a recent article for Journalism.co.uk. ‘Hyperlocal media is coming in from the cold’ Posted: 1 May 2013 By: Damian Radcliffe It is a year since NESTA launched ‘Destination Local‘, a […]
Here’s my slides from the Community Journalism Conference at Cardiff University earlier today.
Here’s the full text of my 2,500 word thinkpiece for The Democratic Society: – “Hey! Regulator! Leave those Hyperlocals alone!” – which featured in their recent report on Media Regulation & […]
This is a cross-post of an article I wrote for the US website, Street Fight, looking at my recent report on the UK hyperlocal scene. It includes a call to […]
This is a cross-post of an article published earlier today on the website of The Democratic Society as part of a series on media regulation and new democracy. It is […]
Last week I spoke, via Skype, with Sarah Marshall the technology correspondent of Journalism.co.uk about hyperlocal media and the potential for print. This played a very small part of a […]
Given the size of the document (a shade under 6MB) I thought this might be useful. Happy Reading!