9 responses to “A guide to hyperlocal news”

  1. WikiCity aims to tap hyper-niche markets for news and information » Nieman Journalism Lab

    [...] is one of the latest to jump on the hyperlocal bandwagon, which includes traditional news sites, blogs, and hybrids. WikiCity started in late 2008, but announced itself formally this summer with local content for [...]

  2. WikiCity aims to offer hyperlocal news, information | Save the Media

    [...] is one of the latest to jump on the hyperlocal bandwagon, which includes traditional news sites, blogs, and hybrids. WikiCity started in late 2008, but announced itself formally this summer with local content for [...]

  3. Neighborhood News: Big Time in Seattle « PROFILE PROFIT MOBILE EVERYTHING

    [...] is one of the latest to jump on the hyperlocal bandwagon, which includes traditional news sites, blogs, and hybrids. WikiCity started in late 2008, notes Nieman Jouralism Lab, but announced itself formally this [...]

  4. Think big « WordCount – Freelancing in the Digital Age

    [...] ramp up neighborhood news coverage, some are looking for experienced writers who can cover hyperlocal beats. You might not make a lot of money at it at first, or by itself, but it could become a launch pad [...]

  5. Shane

    Hi Michelle – Thought I’d drop you a quick note of introduction. Would you consider doing a review and possibly listing Locally Informed (http://locallyinformed.com) as a resource?

    Cheers,
    Shane.

  6. Shane

    Thanks Michelle.

  7. Ana

    Hi,
    I would also like to add another website for your review – http://www.localbyus.com

    Thanks

  8. 10 ways to find new freelance clients | WordCount

    [...] the same things. Conversely, if you’ve been writing for local outlets – newspapers, hyperlocal news sites or regional publications – figure out how you can repurpose pitches for a national [...]

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