Type of site
|News and information|
|Founder(s)||Dougal Templeton, Mike Bennett|
|Key people||Martin Booth (Editor)|
|Alexa rank||10095 (May 2018[update]).|
|Launched||20 February 2014|
Bristol24/7 CIC was founded by Dougal Templeton and Mike Bennett in 2014  as a Community Interest Company. It publishes a monthly magazine and online content as Bristol24/7.  Writers from the former Venue Magazine, Spark Magazine, online magazine Bristol Culture, and news site Bristol24-7 joined the company.
Editors of Bristol Culture and Bristol24-7, Martin Booth and Chris Brown respectively, joined as co-editors. Martin Booth became editor in November 2014.
Now based at the Paintworks, Arnos Vale, Bristol24/7 publishes content seven days a week including via a daily email newsletter. It also publishes regular supplements including annual food and drink, student, and festival guides.
Sections include news, business, comment, what's on, food and drink, lifestyle, culture and work on social impact
As part of its CIC mandate, the publication offers training, work experience, and internships to those from marginalized neighborhoods. This is so they can share stories, events and concerns from their communities to break down cultural differences that mainstream media often portray in a negative way.
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- "Bristol 24/7 CIC - Resonance".
- "BRISTOL 24/7 CIC - Overview (free company information from Companies House)". beta.companieshouse.gov.uk.
- "Former Venue staff join Bristol 24/7 - Journalism News from HoldtheFrontPage".
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