always possible were amongst the voices showing optimism and excitement about the news of Channel 4 shortlisting Brighton & Hove to be one of the broadcaster’s new regional bases.
Channel 4 revealed which of the 30 bids had made the cut on 30th May, naming seven areas in the running to become the home of its new headquarters, and six that were being considered as regional hubs. The move could bring jobs and an economy boost to the winning cities as the broadcaster branches out of London. In the bid to become a ‘creative hub’ for the media giant, Brighton and Hove is up against Belfast, Newcastle and Gateshead, Nottingham, Sheffield and Stoke.
Richard from always possible was asked to make a comment in the local press alongside some of the city’s other business, political and education leaders.
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