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The Ann Arbor Chronicle is a local news website covering Ann Arbor, Mich.
The Chronicle was launched in 2008 by Dave Askins and Mary Morgan and focuses primarily on longer-form local government reporting. It is funded primarily through advertising, though the for-profit site also takes donations, which it calls “subscriptions” and which accounted for 22 percent of its revenue in 2011. It holds events for subscribers as well. In 2012, the founders said it brought in $100,000 annually and was growing at 16 percent per year.
The Fiscal Times is a New York-based online news organization that covers financial news and economic issues. The Fiscal Times was founded and initially funded in late 2009 by Pete Peterson, an investment banker and former U.S. commerce secretary. The Times planned to launch as a nonprofit but registered as a for-profit organization in order to…