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  • Riding the 'live journalism' wave
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Riding the 'live journalism' wave

Since its launch in 2009, Pop-Up Magazine – where journalism is performed as a live event – has gone from strength to strength. With sell-out shows, and now a spin-off print publication, is Pop-Up scratching an itch for shared consumption that traditional journalism can't?

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