- Jan. 4, 2011
Glenn Burking runs two community news sites specifically designed to reach African-American readers in Charlotte. The former newspaper editor and reporter’s Charlotte news sites are attracting readers and advertisers alike.
- Dec. 10, 2010
Press+ is offering publishers of today’s news sites a chance to begin collecting for their content without setting up a pay wall. Their solution is designed to encourage a reader to pay after consuming a set amount of content.
- Nov. 3, 2010
It is often the aspiration of many news publishers to use the eyes and ears of their readers to fuel at least some aspect of their coverage. New tools like Storify and Intersect are making crowdsourcing stories easier and more relevant.
- Oct. 20, 2010
Sometimes the time is right. More on the “Anatomy of a Shutdown” for New Hampshire’s Rye Reflections, which is shutting down after a 5-year run. Contrary to what you might expect, it wasn’t a case of running out of money.
- Sep. 1, 2010
The Seattle Times worked with trusted journalists in their hyperlocal partnership to simultaneously report stories around the issues homeless families in their neighborhoods face.
- Aug. 9, 2010
TBD.com is not only a new local news website in Washington, D.C., but it also has replaced the television station websites for WJLA and News Channel 8. The much-anticipated launch has also offered quite a few lessons for others interested in operating their own news websites.
- Jun. 22, 2010
How a Minneapolis nonprofit news site is making money in a crowded field.
- Apr. 28, 2010
Capital-centric site quietly launches with nearly $2 million in foundation support for three years.