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APRIL 20, 2011 03:02 PM
Sites Included in the NFDB
So far...
This is a complete, alphabetized list of all the sites currently listed in the News Frontier Database. Although we're now happily north of 100 entries, the NFDB is still in beta, and will be forever in the sense that we're continuingly adding sites with no intention of stopping. (When the time comes, we'll also be updating the information in existing entries.) The current makeup of the NFDB is by no means comprehensive. There are still many, many worthy operations...
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APRIL 20, 2011 02:57 PM
Solutions
Colorado's source for health policy reporting and discussion
DENVER, COLORADO — Solutions, launched on December 1st, 2010, is an independent, nonprofit news platform on health policy issues in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain West. Solutions draws its inspiration from the format and niche content of another local news site, Education News Colorado. According to Solutions editor Diane Carman, the site "avoids the political back and forth that traditional media covers...
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APRIL 5, 2011 01:06 PM
Intersections South Los Angeles
USC students report on their neighboring communities
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA — When conservative Fox News commentator Bill O'Reilly needs a sparring partner on immigration issues, his producers occasionally turn to a totally under-the-radar nonprofit news site, Intersections South Los Angeles. The two-year-old site, a hybrid of hyperlocal reporting and user-generated news, runs on grant and university funds and operates out of the University of Southern California. Editor-in-chief Willa Seidenberg, a journalism...
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MARCH 31, 2011 11:40 AM
The Bold Italic
Gannett's bold move in consumer-oriented journalism
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA — The Bold Italic is an experiment. Slickly designed but still in "beta," the Gannett-owned San Francisco website has an image-heavy layout, an alt-weekly feel, and a focus on helping its readers find new places to spend their free time. "It's not meant to replace anything" in the San Francisco print media, says Michael Maness, who, as Gannett's vice president of...
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MARCH 28, 2011 08:32 PM
DNAinfo
Hyperlocal news for Manhattan
NEW YORK, NEW YORK — Manhattan surely has more media outlets per square foot than just about anywhere else in the world, but DNAinfo has proved that there's still plenty of room on the island for local news. Conceived by Ameritrade founder Joe Ricketts, the site is a compendium of hyperlocal news for Manhattan's many communities. The site's ten separate verticals provide coverage of neighborhoods...
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MARCH 28, 2011 01:43 AM
Education News Colorado
The "paper of record" for Colorado education policymaking
DENVER, COLORADO — Education News Colorado is an online-only news site devoted exclusively to in-depth coverage of Colorado state education news and policy. The site began operating in its present form in 2008, but can trace its roots back to Headfirst Colorado, a state-wide quarterly print magazine that, until current EdNews publisher Alan Gottlieb came aboard in 2006, would have been more accurately described...
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MARCH 25, 2011 02:46 PM
RVANews
Richmond's online-only news source
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA — In 2007, Ross Catrow and Scott Pharr set out to create an online hub where Richmond residents could have access to the increasing number of blogs and hyperlocal sites based in and around the small city. The two had been college roommates who found web-related jobs after school: Catrow worked for the state of Virginia, Pharr for a gold and jewelery wholesaler. The...
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MARCH 25, 2011 02:41 PM
Rio Grande Guardian
An online-only news source for South Texas
MCALLEN, TEXAS — In July of 2005, Steve Taylor and his partner Melinda Barerra sold their Isuzu Rodeo for seed money and launched the first online-only news site in the Texas border region. The site, called the Rio Grande Guardian, bills itself as "the internet newspaper of south Texas," and covers the Rio Grande Valley, which consists of the four counties that make up...
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MARCH 25, 2011 01:38 PM
CaryCitizen
Proud proponents of upbeat hyperlocal news
CARY, NORTH CAROLINA — Founder and publisher Hal Goodtree knew he was onto something with CaryCitizen when The New York Times referenced his coverage of the arrest of a local terrorism suspect on his site's third day of existence. Although the town had a local newspaper, The Cary News, its coverage focused on other towns in addition to Cary, and Goodtree felt that he could...
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MARCH 25, 2011 03:09 AM
VTDigger.org
Deep coverage for the Green Mountain State
MONTPELIER, VERMONT — As the name suggests, VTDigger (pronounced "V.T. Digger," not "Vermont Digger") aims to provide deep coverage of local issues in the Green Mountain State. "I wanted to follow stories in-depth," explains Anne Galloway, the publication's editor-in-chief. "Not all of our stories are investigative; but we want them all to go deep." While it's not all hard-hitting political stories--the day after Christmas, Digger...
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The News Frontier Database
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...a searchable, living, and ongoing documentation of digital news outlets across the country. As when we launched in January, the database features originally reported profiles and extensive data sets on each outlet. We've recently added profiles of more than forty local news sites throughout the country, and will soon feature at least one site from each of the fifty states.

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