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The site was founded in 1998 by Ken Fisher, who remains its editor-in-chief. It was acquired by Conde Nast in 2008 for about $25 million and had a staff of about 10 as of 2009. (It added full-time sales staff in 2012.) While the site is relatively small to with other tech blogs like TechCrunch and Gizmodo, it is quite influential and is known for its in-depth articles.
Ars Technica has sold premium-content subscriptions since 2001, though it is primarily funded by advertising. In 2010, it tried blocking its site to users who used ad-blocking web browsers. The site has also sold some of its content as Kindle ebooks.
PBS NewsHour is an hour-long nightly television news program known for its sober, in-depth reporting. The program is produced by WETA in Arlington, Va. PBS distributes the program on more than 300 member stations nationwide. It ran on a $27 million annual budget as of 2011. The NewsHour was created in 1975 as The Robert MacNeil Report and…