Naming and shaming is not a community management strategy Paid Members Public
The Bristol Post named and shamed abusive commentators. But that was the easy option.
Local Journalism: breaking out of the London bubble Paid Members Public
Local journalism is in trouble in the UK - there's no disputing that. What can the big national sites do to help?
Facebook's donations won't save local journalism, but better CMSes just might Paid Members Public
This week, Facebook has joined Google in throwing millions at the local news business. Is this really going to help the industry recover - or should we bee looking elsewhere?
OK, maybe Facebook is about to help the local press out… [UPDATED] Paid Members Public
Press Gazette has revealed that Facebook is donating £4.5m to help train local journalists. But how sustainable is this?
Johnston Press survives — but at a human cost Paid Members Public
Johnston Press has escaped its debts — but it leaves behind angry investors, and hits employees right in the pensions.
The Final Days of Johnston Press Paid Members Public
The clock is counting down to the end of Johnston Press, one of the great regional newspaper companies in the UK. The company is doomed - but can local news be saved?
The digital transition of local news Paid Members Public
How are the traditional local publishers managing the transition to digital? The panelists would like us to think it's going well, but the audience is skeptical.