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Plans for the Times were announced by former Rocky staffers in March 2009, a few weeks after the Rocky stopped publishing. The Times hoped to bring in 50,000 paid subscribers and fund a 30-person newsroom, but they drew only 3,000 subscribers, leading several of the project’s organizers to leave and form the failed Rocky Mountain Independent.
The site was briefly kept alive with three paid staffers and about two dozen contributors. It includes a combination of aggregated and original content, and its revenue derives from advertising and donations. It has since ceased publication.
The Wall Street Journal is a daily financial newspaper that is based in New York and owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. The Journal is the second-largest U.S. newspaper, with more than 2.2 million in combined print and digital daily circulation as of 2014 and an editorial staff of about 1,800. It has long been…