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Law Street Media Takes Millennials Deeper Into...
Driving young audiences to legal and policy news is the core strategy of Law Street, a DC-based startup.
Incubate offers a time-delay messaging service that could be used for storytelling.
Incubate: Time-Delayed ‘Messages with Meaning’
Incubate Messenger lets people send messages up to 25 years into the future. Think about the storytelling possibilities.
Beacon: A Journey in Crowdfunding Journalism
Beacon is exploring ways to use crowdfunding to support journalists, including an unusual subscription model that involves revenue-sharing among...
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Funny or Die News Seeks Balance of...
The brains behind the Funny or Die viral video website are branching into comedic news with a new offering...
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Beyond the ‘Web’: NowThisNews Puts Social Media...
NowThisNews has become known for its social-media-first strategy, posting its short and punchy videos narrated by young "VJs" directly...
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Can Fancred Win Over Sports Fans? It’s...
A new sports social networking site is working hard to woo users away from general interest social networking sites....
Rhode Island Rams guard Xavier Munford takes a shot during a basketball game against Temple on March 2, 2013 in Philadelphia.
A Web Site Powered by Passion
Philahoops, a startup covering college basketball in Philadelphia, has passion but struggles to find advertisers and revenue.
Blogging about the Mob
A longtime organized crime reporter leaves the Philadelphia Inquirer and blogs for a Web site that provides gavel-to-gavel coverage...
Shedding Light on U.S. Companies
Roddy Boyd has launched the online Southern Investigative Reporting Foundation, a nonprofit news outlet focused on producing document-driven investigations...
The Supreme Venue for Supreme Court Junkies
SCOTUSblog reporter Lyle Denniston calls his blog "an online clearinghouse for news about the Supreme Court."
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