News from your co-op…
NHS members’ meeting: Tapping into our membership
We listen to the people of Bristol as well as our members to inform our journalism. This time is was all about the NHS.
Watch: An event to tackle the pale, male and stale media
‘Chat, meet, and action’, an event organised by the Cable is forging a new network to tackle the the lack of diversity in media together.
We’re hiring: Digital Technical Lead (Part time)
Lead the digital development of the Bristol Cable’s website and digital systems, so we can better engage audiences and members with our content and organisation....
We’re launching a campaign to stop the council setting bailiffs on Bristolians. Here’s why.
Using muscle to collect debts is as old as money itself. But the Mayor and Bristol City Council must use fairer and more effective ways. It's time to #bootoutbailiffs.
We’re hiring: Community media co-ordinator (Part time)
Support and train members of the Cable and the wider community to contribute to high quality journalism in a collaborative and accessible manner.
Help the Cable get the most out of the 2018 AGM
Members needed to help us build towards a great evening of co-operative media
The Bristol Cable wins major grant funding
What this exciting grant means for the Cable, how members got us here, and why it’s still all about membership.
Why we’re running a free course in the fundamentals of quality journalism
It’s free to access and you can apply up to the 12th of February
Co-op note: investing in what?
Much has been made recently about encouraging investment in Bristol – generally, for big headline-grabbing infrastructure projects. At the Cable we’ll be investing in the city in a different way over 2018, and we’re not talking about an underground network.
A few thoughts on 2017, and on to 2018!
We’re laying long term foundations with many lessons learned along the way. Here are some we will take forward into 2018.
‘Pollution knows no postcode’ – Cable members in Avonmouth chat dirty industry
We’ve been covering dirty industries in Avonmouth. This month’s meeting saw people from the neighbourhood discuss the issue.