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New Jersey Newsroom is a news website that covers politics and general-interest news in New Jersey.
The site was launched in January 2009 by about 40 journalists, many of them veterans of The Star-Ledger in Newark. It is modestly funded by advertising and made up primarily of contributing writers who work on a volunteer basis.
The San Francisco Chronicle is a daily newspaper owned by Hearst Corp. The Chronicle was founded in 1865 by the de Young family, which owned it until 2000, when it was bought for $660 million by Hearst, which owned the San Francisco Examiner and had run a joint operating agency between the two papers since 1965. Hearst…