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Gothamist Launches Kickstarter to Fund Public Radio Rebirth

From the L train shutdown to mysterious maple syrup odors in Manhattan, Gothamist’s take on local news in New York City had become essential reading in the five boroughs. 436 more words

WNYC

Public media will resurrect Gothamist, LAist and DCist

(Source: techcrunch.com)

Local news sites Gothamist, LAist and DCist are coming back from the dead. Their assets (including story archives) have been acquired by three public radio companies — WNYC in New York, KPCC in Southern California and WAMU in Washington, D.C. 214 more words

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Gothamist Is Back From the Dead, Thanks to Public Radio

You can’t keep a good news site down.

Nearly four months after it was shut down by conservative billionaire owner Joe Ricketts, Gothamist is back from the dead. 305 more words

WNYC

Matt Bubala 2-11-18: Chicago Book Club site launch, Tu Darvish, Olympic updates live from S. Korea, pet safety with local vet Dr. Marks

Matt Bubala fills in for Brian Noonan for a jam-packed show! Shamus Toomey joins to talk Chicago Block Club. At four, MLB writer Phil Rogers joins the show to talk Tu Darvish.   64 more words

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Former DNAinfo members create new company

When DNAinfo closed abruptly, many reporters were left without jobs. Former senior editor Stephanie Lulay, Jen Sabella and managing editor Shamus Toomey have teamed up once again to create… 298 more words

Matt Bubala

Former DNAinfo Chicago Staffers To Launch New Local News Site

CHICAGO (CBS) — Three months after the popular DNAinfo Chicago website was shut down, some of its former editors and staffers have teamed up to start a new subscription-based site to resume their focus on hyperlocal news. 286 more words

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