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The Austin American-Statesman is a daily newspaper in Austin, Texas.
The Statesman was founded in 1871 is owned by Atlanta-based Cox Enterprises, which bought the paper in 1976. Cox attempted to sell the paper in 2008 and 2009, but took the paper off the market when offers were far less than what the company had expected.
The Statesman launched a paywall in 2013, with content beyond each story’s first two paragraphs limited to subscribers.
In 2010, the Statesman bought In Fact Daily, a local political site.
The Statesman has been one of the United States’ leading newspapers in using Twitter to connect with readers and break news. The paper was also among the first to experiment with advertiser-sponsored tweets.
Gotham Gazette is an nonprofit online news organization that covers city and state government in New York City. The Gazette was founded in 1999 by the Citizens Union Foundation, making it one of the nation’s oldest local online-only startups. It receives funding through advertising and various foundations and donations, and has a full-time staff of…