News from your co-op…
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.
Cable members in Knowle West talking about drugs
Our monthly members’ meeting took place in Knowle West this week, exploring drug related issues in the city
Finally: A victory on housing crisis transparency
A year later, the council have responded to calls to take on developers. Here is the Cable’s take.
The Bristol Cable: inside your people-powered media
From edition 13, OUT NOW! Read more from this edition. When times are bad, we need public good more than ever. Austerity is under the...
Celebrating Bristol’s change makers
Edition 13: We’re looking at the city’s change makers, past and present. In its own way, the Cable is changing the rules - creating media owned and led by those it serves.
Co-op news: Cable members launch into action!
Using ‘big organising’ methods members are leading the way to turn the Cable into the UK’s first sustainable city-wide media coop. Photos: Norberto Fernandez Soriano
Members meeting: Sowing the seeds for a sustainable media co-op
Packed Cable meeting sees the launch of a pioneering membership campaign led by members for a sustainable media co-op.
Advertising job: got what it takes?
The Bristol Cable is seeking a freelance advertising representative within Bristol
This month: issues and stories we focus on
Got any leads? Wonder what Cable content is being researched behind the scenes? Check out our media Coordinators’ areas of focus… This month Alec (@alecsaelens)...
A night with Poetic Pilgrimage; The Hip Hop Hijabis. 25.11.16
Conversation and music with Bristol born and bred Muslim Hip Hop and Spoken Word duo, expressing the world as they see it through the art...
In the interests of transparency: a window into the Cable
What is the ‘public interest’? If we were to judge it by the metrics of YouTube views or Facebook page likes, Psy’s Gangnam Style and Shakira would tick the box. Should the Cable publish predictable music videos or vacuous clickbait columns? The Cable media coordinators don't think so.