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The past and future of news reporting in Allston/Brighton

On Tuesday, the Brighton-Allston Historical Society hosts a talk on the history of newspapers in the neighborhoods and how residents can stay up to date in the online age.

Oh, yeah, I'll be giving that talk. It's open to the public and there'll be free refreshments. Starts at 7 p.m. at the Brighton Allston Congregational Church, 404 Washington St. in Brighton Center.

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Thanks for the heads up!

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I'm sorry, Adam, but work sucked me down yesterday and I wasn't able to make it.

If someone who was there does put a video of it online, let us know please!

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I can't make it but would be very interested in a recording or transcript of the talk.

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I will still be abroad and I'd like to see it. So same here.. :-)

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But I'll ask.

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very interested in a recording or transcript of the talk

and DARNIT the city had BETTER archive the transcript in Stenographic Shorthand, Pig Latin AND Morse Code.

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Please go back on NNN. You should be a weekly or monthly feature. (Hear that, BNN?)

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It is the local news/affairs program of Boston Network Neighborhood, one of the channels funded by the city via cable franchise fees. It's one of the few TV programs which covers issues and events from parts of Boston otherwise ignored by the major networks.

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...and I was not familiar with this. I don't have cable (I was a cord-cutter before it was cool), but I see that they're online at https://bnnmedia.org/

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Does one have to be a Boston resident in order to attend?

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