Notts Indymedia looking for help

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Oct 2 2007 13:45
Notts Indymedia looking for help

Notts Indymedia has been going for over 2 years now and has grown into one of the most successful Indymedia collectives in the UK. We have an ever expanding dedicated group of contributors and many readers. The site has become an important resource which informs and inspires ourselves, our friends and others who care about injustice and wanting to create a better place for all. The site is now even listed by the BBC as an alternative local news source... The Demo Project helped us financially with a benefit night which enabled us to pay for priniting costs for leaflets as well as for a couple of us to attend an alternative media conference in Brighton last May. We were also able to get ourselves a digital audio device, and have started building up a substantial audio archive.

There are various ideas about where the project should/can go from here. Website redesign, streaming online radioshow, producing (bi)montly printout, it is all possible. So where do we go from here? Are you able to commit some time for media creation? Help out with publicity? Able to donate some money? We are getting together for a meeting on Monday 8th October at 7.30pm at the Sumac Centre, Forest Fields, Nottingham. Everyone is welcome and we'd love to see you there.

Links: Notts Indymedia | Notts Indymedia Documentation | How to get to the Sumac Centre

Notts Indymedia has had a lot of content in recent months and we try and keep up with compiling what appears in the newswire (left column) into feature articles (middle column). This however takes time, as well as the daily checking of the site and moderating where nessesary. It would be great if more people could jump in now and then to help out, even for a few hours a week/month, whatever.

So if you're interested, try and make it to the meet up on Monday 8th or get in touch via email and we'll be able to meet up another time.

The Notts Indymedia Collective