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Trinity Mirror’s postcode websites

Journalism.co.uk <a href="http://www.journalism traitement par viagra.co.uk/news/story3159.shtml”>reports that Trinity Mirror has launched a series of postal-area-based websites on Teesside. An interesting first toe in the water, but I’m not convinced that the Typepad blogging platform provides the ideal framework for what they are trying to achieve.

Big media players look to hyper-local

James Robinson’s piece in last Sunday’s Observer is a timely look at how the big players are suddenly embracing hyper-local – both in print and online.

Search Engine Watch looks at hyperlocal

Mike Boland of Search Engine Watch (a shadow of its former self since Danny Sullivan and co moved to Search Engine Land) has a good roundup of some of the recent commentary on all things hyperlocal.

The Vanishing Point Theory of News

Greg Narain has a thought-provoking post: It seems to me there’s a slight gap, let’s call it a blackhole, where the return on hyper local publishing has diminishing returns. Seems the distribution of interest has what resembles a Planck Distribution – does anyone remember these from school? At the global and national levels, we’re interested […]