Croydon Radio say that they “have made the decision to seek new premises with room for development, rather than continue to invest in our current modest space”, as they prepare to leave Matthew’s Yard, off Surrey Street, the home for their studios for the past four years. 425 more words
Tags » Local Media
Croydon Radio has gone off-air, the community-run digital station having decided to leave its studio in Matthew’s Yard, off Surrey Street, after a demand for a 150 per cent rent increase. 729 more words
Mapping the news on (social)-media: Methodological considerations for the analysis of local news networks.
About a year ago (9 & 10/09/2015), I went to a conference about the future of journalism in Cardiff, Wales. At the “Future Of Journalism: Risks, Threats & opportunities… 5,727 more words
Gareth Davies, until recently the Croydon Advertiser’s chief reporter, has today supplemented his Friday night Twitter outburst about the decline of the newspaper with a detailed essay which picks apart the decade-long disinvestment in local journalism, and journalists, by the title’s succession of owners. 1,253 more words
STEVEN DOWNES on an extraordinary Twitter outburst from a “heart broken” local newspaper journalist who says that redundancies and cut-backs at his old workplace have made things “really shit” 2,311 more words
There’s outrage and uproar in the sleepy suburb of Shirley, according to reports in the Croydon Grauniad.
The freebie paper’s online edition’s best-read news report of the last 24 hours is one which glories in having the headline: 323 more words
If you play a role in Oxfordshire’s interlinked and multi-platformed media ecosystem then you’re invited to our summer social. Don’t let us down.
When? Thursday July 7th, 7.00-9.00pm… 474 more words