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The Seattle PostGlobe was a nonprofit online news organization that focused on journalism about social justice.
The site’s staff worked primarily as volunteers, though the site was funded largely by donations. It received no money from grants and little money from advertising. The site also included stories from readers.
PBS NewsHour is an hour-long nightly television news program known for its sober, in-depth reporting. The program is produced by WETA in Arlington, Va. PBS distributes the program on more than 300 member stations nationwide. It ran on a $27 million annual budget as of 2011. The NewsHour was created in 1975 as The Robert MacNeil Report and…