hyperlocalism

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hyperlocalism (uncountable)

  1. news coverage of very local events, especially to the exclusion of more important world events
    • 1991 Phyllis C. Kaniss - Making Local News
      The advantage of this suburban cable television news is what has been called its “hyperlocalism” — the coverage of the small-scale events of suburban life that were once the province of only community newspapers.