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Jerome Turner
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Writer. Researcher. Live in Rubery. Work in Birmingham, UK
Writer. Researcher. Live in Rubery. Work in Birmingham, UK

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+B31 Voices are crowdfunding, so get on it if you want to inject money, or take note if you're another hyperlocal with similar ideas... Can anyone share their experiences? 
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I'm doing a charity cycle race net month, so please consider sponsoring me - thanks! https://www.justgiving.com/Jerome-Turner #bike   #cycling   #bicycle   #cyclespeedway  
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Jerome Turner has provided insight into his research work on hyperlocal media audiences in this week's material on the Centre for Community Journalism's Community Journalism MOOC: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/community-journalism-2/steps/30391

Further to this he'll host this discussion, a kind of 'Ask Me Anything' about his work, but also a platform for anyone to share experiences, thoughts, and tips, when it comes to engaging with and understanding audiences and readers.

Throw your questions in below and we'll try and address them in the live chat.

If you'd like to take part in the video chat sign up on this page, we'll close it to those invitees just before we go live at 1. 
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Lost Memories - Volume 2
Lost Memories I am firing up a long dormant project as I continue my trek toward retirement and moving on to other things.  Over the years I have amassed a rather significant collection of 8mm home movies.  Some of these I have taken myself and some I have ...
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In all the recent Pete Seeger memories, I completely forgot about his lovely rendition of Coal Creek March. Just beautiful. The Fundamental Pete Seeger - 01 - Coal Creek March
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Musically, I was never a fan of Pete Seeger (who died yesterday, aged 95), but I discovered the amazing Rainbow Quest recordings a while ago, so many greats in discussion and performing here: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=pete%20seeger%20rainbow%20quest&sm=3
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