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Baristanet is a network of local news sites covering seven towns in New Jersey.
In July 2010 the site expanded to cover three other New Jersey towns as The New York Times ended its local blogging initiative there. As of 2011, the site had four full-time employees, a number of part-time staff and other contributors. Galant left the site in 2012 to teach journalism.
The site was profitable by late 2005 through local classified and display advertising.
Baristanet has partnered with the Newark Star-Ledger to produce a print guide to Montclair.
In 2006, Baristanet created a map of local housing teardowns using a Google Maps API and uses SeeClickFix to create maps of local issues. The site also helps run a parenting-oriented site called Barista Kids, a partnership with another local site.
Daily Kos is a prominent liberal political blog founded in 2002 by Markos Moulitsas Zuniga. Daily Kos is among the largest political blogs and communities on the web, with about 20 million visits per month. Its staff includes at least four full-time editors and more than a dozen contributing editors, as well as thousands of…