University life before, during and after lockdown

TOWNS like Carmarthen and Aberystwyth swell in numbers as students return from their long summer holidays. Form many students their lives have been turned upside down. Many fled campuses and headed for home before lockdown rules restricted them from travelling. Social media as always was the preferred choice of communication Continue Reading

Welsh Hyperlocals set to benefit from WAG funding

INDEPENDENT community news publishers in Wales are set to benefit from a £200,000 fund from the Welsh Assembly Government, which is aimed at helping the existing hyperlocal news outlets in Wales. Llanelli Online along with other hyperlocals submitted evidence to the the Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee, in 2017. We Continue Reading

Press Gazette calls for an end to Duopoly from Google and Facebook

THE Press Gazette have given their response to the Cairncross Review into the sustainability of high-quality journalism in the UK and have claimed that companies like Google and Facebook are not doing enough to support journalism. It has been widely reported that print media, specifically newspapers are in decline and Continue Reading

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