A new Port Talbot newspaper would use an app called Little J to allow local people to shape their news. It allows people to become reporters in their own right. Users can log stories and bring them to the attention of journalists. It can also work in tandem with other programmes such as Twitter.
Residents will get a chance to try Little J at the pop-up newsroom in the Aberafan Shopping Centre from 10:30 today.
Port Talbot residents are having a say on how they want to see local news. After their local weekly was scrapped three years ago, there is a bid to put a local paper back in circulation - and residents will be at the heart of it.
A pop-up newsroom is being set up in the Aberafan Shopping Centre today for residents to bring ideas. The plan is for a free monthly paper for the town. The online team at Port Talbot MagNet has joined Cardiff School of Journalism's community news unit for the venture.
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