Linda Moss, "Rainbow Cooks Up Local Digital Content," Multichannel News, November 20, 2000
As the world gets smaller and smaller, we all become increasingly focused on the hyper-local places and communities in our lives. This is the arena where women often have the greatest potential to make change.
Natasha Stott Despoja, "Sisters Get Savvy," Sydney Morning Herald, January 24, 2000
Not so the so-called "hyperlocal" news that's springing up on cable in tiny markets of 50,000 or less. On these broadcasts of community spelling bees, high school basketball games and sewer board meetings, the production values may be more primitive, but their popularity and effectiveness for advertisers are changing the landscape of local news.
Charles Trueheart, "Behind the Smoke And Morals," The Washington Post, September 5, 1989