Brighton and Hove News is a lively and inquisitive news site dedicated to exploring what is going on in Britain’s most vibrant seaside city.
Since launching in 2009, our audience has grown and grown. We have now relaunched with advertising to give city businesses the chance to reach our tens of thousands of Brighton and Hove visitors – click here for more.
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Frank le Duc, editor
Frank le Duc has worked on local, regional and national newspapers, including The Argus, the Financial Times and The Times. He has held various jobs from reporter to editor. He has taught and trained journalists since 1991 and was a visiting lecturer at City University. He also currently presents The Vote on Latest TV. He set up Brighton and Hove News in 2009 – with help – and is still getting the hang of social media.
Jo Wadsworth has worked in local journalism for many years, as a reporter, then news editor, then web editor. She was one of the first regional journalists on Twitter and is still addicted to social media and firmly attached to her smartphone.
She has lived and worked in Brighton and Hove for six years. Her proudest moment is probably when a photo she tweeted of Nick Cave helping a German unicyclist juggling with fire was named Popbitch’s Nick Cave spot of 2012.
Tim Hodges, Albion reporter
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