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The Miami Herald is a daily newspaper in Miami owned by The McClatchy Company.
The Herald’s average daily print circulation as of fall 2010 was 151,612, plus 22,597 for its daily e-edition. The newspaper reported combined web traffic of 5.9 million monthly unique visitors in fall 2009.
The Herald also operates the Spanish-language news organization El Nuevo Herald, one of the United States’ largest Spanish-language news operations. In March 2010, the Herald launched PolitiFact Florida, a statewide fact-checking site, in conjunction with the St. Petersburg Times, which created the original PolitiFact site.
In December 2009, the Herald began asking readers of its free website for donations through a form at the bottom of each page. The practice was discontinued in February 2010, and a company executive said at that time that the Herald had no plans to charge for content online.
SF Appeal is an online news organization in San Francisco. The Appeal was launched in March 2009 by Eve Batey, a former San Francisco Chronicle editor. (It calls itself “San Francisco’s online newspaper.”) The site has about two dozen contributors. The Appeal is a for-profit site, with revenue coming in through advertising. Its content centers…