Local News Crisis: What Crisis? Audiences are Bigger Than Ever

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By: Roy Greenslade | Guardian.co.uk

Today’s extract from What do we mean by local?* is by the Newspaper Society’s communications and marketing director, Lynne Anderson, who argues that “life is local” and that more people than ever are reading local and regional news…

In today’s hyper-connected world of 24-hour global news, instant messaging and the blogosphere, while high streets spiral into decline and post offices and pubs close down, we could be forgiven for thinking that localness is all but dead.

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