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Greenslade visits the local newsagent for his first Brighton Argus hyperlocal post

May 26th, 2009Posted by in Editors' pick, Journalism, Newspapers

Hard (online) evidence that Roy Greenslade has now put his hyperlocal money where his hyperlocal mouth is, with his first Kemp Town piece for the Brighton Argus website. He even has a photograph to prove it too (see below)…

Greenslade, journalism professor and blogger at MediaGuardian, does his bit for local newsagents, with his report ‘that one Kemp Town retailer [The Kiosk] has just expanded his operations by opening a second outlet [News Buoy]‘.  Owner Guy Wright’s 22-year-old daughter, Danielle, ‘has forsaken her cabin crew job with Easyjet to become what I believe to be Britain’s youngest newsagent,’ Greenslade continues.

Full story at this link and you can subscribe to the new Kemp Town Community Correspondent’s feed here.

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