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Hyperlocal presentation

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This was a short presentation as part of a panel discussion on hyperlocal at the Perugia International Journalism Festival.

This was a short presentation as part of a panel discussion on hyperlocal at the Perugia International Journalism Festival.

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  • 1. London – local but size of a country
  • 2. Camden – local but 300k
  • 3. Camden quarter: Kentish Town
  • 4. Camden quarter: Kentish Town
  • 5. Stone Is Rolling
  • 6. Caerphilly Does It
  • 7. Hyperlocal: Le Boc
  • 8. Hyperlocal: Le Boc
  • 9. We are NOT just geographyWe already have communities: social mediaTwitter, Facebook, forums egMumsnetWe have glocal identities:North, South, East and West London + Germany,Bolivia and BirminghamWe have identities of interest:Football, archeology, sea-kayaking
  • 10. Networked HyperlocalDon’t expect hyper-local to pay – it’s acampaignMainstream media can provide infrastructurebut not contentNews organisations don’t have experience ofnetworks, they do processesMore ‘hyper’ – less ‘locale’
  • 11. Prof. Charlie BeckettDirector of PolisHead of Dept of Media and Communications atThe London School of Economics@CharlieBeckettc.h.beckett@lse.ac.ukhttp://blogs.lse.ac.uk/polis/http://www.slideshare.net/charliebeckett

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