Delayed Gratification takes its inspiration from the Slow Food movement, which is about promoting sustainable and high quality produce over mass food production. The idea is to put a new spin on topics that have already been extensively covered by the mainstream media through contextual analysis, along with original reporting, and charge £36 a year for it.
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Can ‘slow journalism’ work? Delayed Gratification is finding out
Posted By Alastair Otter