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The Media Consortium is a collaborative network of liberal news organizations whose work includes digital innovation, advertising and media business studies.
The consortium was founded in 2005 and formally launched in 2006 by about two dozen news organizations, and it currently has 46 members, including Mother Jones, The Nation and Salon. The consortium three staff members and an annual budget of less than $500,000.
The consortium developed an Incubation and Innovation Lab in 2009 on the heels of a study on the future of journalism to help develop digital media products and strategies. The lab focuses on developing new revenue streams, mobile media and community engagement.
National Review is a conservative political opinion magazine founded by William F. Buckley in 1955. National Review is the largest and most prominent conservative magazine in the United States. The magazine has consistently lost money, turning a profit only once, in 1994. The magazine’s website, National Review Online, has been successful compared to other conservative…