Author: The Bristol Cable
Editorial: A response to Marvin Rees regarding the Cable’s hostile environment article
Mayor Marvin Rees has clarified Bristol council’s position, saying it is exactly the same as the other 11 councils.
Bristol Cable members set the news agenda - BBC air Lopresti slavery investigation
BBC Points West helped us tell the story of how ice cream and property boss Salvatore Lopresti kept men in slave-like conditions.
Dark Arts: a true crime series
Dark Arts is a tale of private investigators, corruption, political pressure, Pakistani heroin and a mansion in the Somerset hills revealed over three parts in a new Cable true crime series.
Vote online for the Cable’s next campaign and push for change in the city
We believe journalism is more than information. It’s power. And now it’s time to add your voice to create positive change in Bristol.
A secret side of Bristol is revealed by the Cornerman crime series
There's no two ways about it, the Cornerman series is 'sensational', but not at the expense of accuracy, rather because of it.
6 ways the Cable is turning media ownership on its head
Newspapers should quite rightly be judged by what they print, but it’s high time to also focus attention on how they are run as businesses, and who they serve.
Hiring: Community and Events Organiser
The Bristol Cable is an internationally recognised pioneer in building a new model for journalism. We – 2000 members (and growing) – are changing what local media looks like: in what we produce, how it’s produced, and who owns it.
Edition 16 OUT NOW
Today, we are sending out copies of the magazine out to hundreds of Cable members. To get yours through the post, become a member and pay £3 or more a month. Otherwise, copies will be available for free from hundreds of venues across Bristol within the next week or so.
Cable members continue to shape a new media for Bristol
One hundred Bristol Cable members crammed in to the co-operative’s annual general meeting, proving once again that media in the public interest must be led...
Why we became Bristol Cable members (and why you should too!)
You can help sustain and grow the UK's only city-wide media co-op! The Bristol Cable makes media which holds power to account, raises up voices that need to be heard, and trains local people in media skills.
Watch: Gary Younge on the power of stories
At this event hosted by the Bristol Cable, renowned journalist Gary Younge explores how stories shape our lives, and his experience in hearing and telling them.