Four jobs are being created as part of a publisher’s plans to expand its hyperlocal news service.
Now, the company is taking on journalists based in Bristol, Liverpool and Manchester to work on the service, which allows users to type in their postcode and receive the most relevant news and information for their area from a variety of sources.
Jobs currently being advertised include two Merseyside-based community content curators and a Greater Manchester-based community editor.
The latest recruitment drive comes after Reach announced in November was set to create 46 jobs with the launch of seven new digital-only news titles.
The titles are set to be launched under its ‘Live’ brand later this year, and will cover Sunderland, County Durham, Sheffield, North Yorkshire, Bradford, Newport and Bolton.
Ed declined to comment further when approached by HTFP.