The new fake news: how much of a threat does AI pose to journalism?
An investigation has revealed that several stories published by a new local news site were made up. So were the journalists who ‘wrote’ them.
We’re working to diversify the Cable team. Let’s start with our freelancer base
The Cable exists to challenge the structure of the media, but we are not representative enough of our city. Here’s what we’re doing to change things.
Listen: Why Reach PLC’s Bristol Live journalists are striking, with National Union of Journalists’ Paul Breeden
A thousand journalists are taking strike action across the country at Reach PLC, one of the big three conglomerates that dominate the regional news market and who own Bristol Live.
Bristol’s mayor shouldn’t cherry pick which journalists attend his briefings
Local democracy reporters have been banned from attending Marvin Rees’ press conferences, sparking a boycott from local media outlets.
‘I want Black and Brown boys and girls to think they can get to these kinds of positions’
Lucy Turner, the new editor of Rife magazine talks about the need for young people to feel believed in, how art helped her face adversity, and how to make media and creative industries less pale, male and stale.
How Bristol 24/7 publicised Big Tobacco’s push for respectability, before accepting its money
Local magazine and news website’s £25,000 grant from Philip Morris followed a string of articles referencing its new heated tobacco products.