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Harlow Council call for meeting with owners of Harlow Star over negative stories on social media

Politics / Wed 1st May 2019 am31 09:17am

HARLOW Council has complained that the social media pages of the now-defunct Harlow Star often share negative stories about incidents in other areas reports the Press Gazette.

A number of organisations including Harlow Council, Discover Harlow and Principal of Passmores Academy, Vic Goddard as well as members of the public expressed their exasperation at the weekend after another batch of tweets and facebook entries.

Harlow Council fears the headlines on these Facebook and Twitter posts can give readers the impression the incidents happened in Harlow, raising concerns over the “impact this could have on the town’s image”.

Publisher Reach closed the free weekly Harlow Star at the end of January, saying it had become unsustainable due to the “continued decline in local print advertising”.

The full article can be found here.

https://www.pressgazette.co.uk/council-says-stories-shared-on-now-defunct-local-papers-social-media-channels-dont-help-towns-image/

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