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NewsTilt was a short-lived content network built around individual journalists.
The site intended to create a network to serve as a platform for individual journalists and build community around them, similar to True/Slant. The site planned to function as a liaison between freelance journalists and publications, splitting money with writers. Ultimately, though, NewsTilt never developed significant audiences for its writers.
A Wall Street Journal interview with Paul Biggar about the site:
The New York Times is a daily newspaper published in New York City and generally regarded as the United States’ leading national newspaper. The Times was the second-largest newspaper in the U.S. by circulation as of 2013, with 731,000 print subscribers and 1,133,000 digital subscribers, though it is by far the most-visited newspaper website. In…