The most important way of getting involved with the Bristol Cable is to become a member. This gives you a share of Cable ownership, and voting rights on key decisions. Also, if you like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, you can stay up to date with our latest stories.
There are lots of other ways you can be involved.
Would like to help with content, fund-raising, membership, distribution or other Cable activities?
Getting involved in the Bristol Cable is easy – let us know how you want to participate through this quick form and we’ll take it from there.
You can also come along to a quick getting involved session, at 6.30pm on the first Monday of the month, just before our monthly members meeting.
If you have information to tell us or an article to pitch, please go to Got a Story?
Applications from women and/or BAME and other minorities underrepresented in media are particularly encouraged.
We are seeking community correspondents to work with the Cable on an ongoing basis. Could this be you?
We encourage those with journalism experience and without. If you’re new to journalism, we can help you develop your skills. This includes reporting, data analysis, design and research skills.
- Be willing to work closely with us and accept comments and suggestions on your projects.
- Have enough time to put in the research and writing needed to produce quality content.
- Consider developing an area of expertise in your content.
- Be reliable when it comes to deadlines!
We can offer:
- Mentoring in research and reporting where necessary.
- Members-only workshops on a wide range of skills taught by experts. Many workshops are on topics which have wider application beyond just journalism, for example advanced research skills and IT workshops.
- Free entry for Cable events
- A place in the Cable team, producing independent grassroots journalism in Bristol.
If this sounds like you, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell us who you are and why you want to get involved.