Publishers reliant on classified advertising are getting hurt by the UK's fragile local economy. Some are now desperately courting alternative advertising models, but our earnings round-up shows their growth is so far being wiped out.
And, unlike most cable TV markets, hyperlocal websites are typically only relevant to and read by the towns or communities they serve, which means a video ad can be targeted down to the zip code level.
Artomatic, the free-form temporary arts space that lasts for about one month, located in spaces around the area that are about to be demolished or not quite ready for leasing, is launching again this Friday, once again in Crystal City, in...
Since we launched Street Fight in April of last year, one question has come up again and again that we don't have a very good answer for: How many hyperlocal news sites are currently operating in the U.S.
Hyperlocal is not national, it's local. Sounds like a simple statement, but it's not. Felix Gillette's article from a few days ago, "AOL Patch: Big Losses on Hyperlocal News", painted a grim picture of online hyperlocal news publishing.
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