Tag: Roy Greenslade
After wittering on for some time about my book chapter on the role of hyperlocal, I was pleased to see Roy Greenslade had picked up on it on the Guardian’s website.
The response so far has been encouraging – and there have even been a few requests to expand on some of the points raised.
Although I probably added far less to the discussion than some of my more illustrious colleagues, there was plenty for me to take away from the launch of the What Do We Mean By Local? book in London. Flanked by media big-hitters such as Professor Roy Greenslade, Neil Fowler, Chris Oakley CBE and Tom O’Brien [...]