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From BBC Academy’s College of Journalism blog:

A few weeks ago I was fortunate enough to take part in a conference designed to help launch the Centre for Community Journalism, a new hub based in Wales which provides training for community journalists and research into emerging models of ‘bottom up’ journalism.

One area in which a number of these models engage is print. Like TV and radio, the death of this medium has been long predicted. But it is proving more resilient than many had foreseen – especially at ultra-local level where print can play a key role in meeting local news and information needs.

Read more: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/blogcollegeofjournalism/posts/Hyperlocal-and-happy-to-be-in-print