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SF Appeal is an online news organization in San Francisco.
The Appeal is a for-profit site, with revenue coming in through advertising. Its content centers on entertainment, media and local politics. As of September 2011, the site was receiving an average of about 170,000 unique visits per month.
Upworthy is a media marketing company that repackages “meaningful” content from around the web in order to make it more popular on social media. In March of 2012, Eli Pariser — formerly of MoveOn.org — and Peter Koechly — formerly of The Onion — teamed up to create a concept they hoped would be both socially significant…