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WyoFile is a nonprofit news site that covers public-interest news in Wyoming.
The site was founded in 2008 and is funded by grants and donations, led by a Community Information Challenge grant from the Knight Foundation. As of January 2010, the site had raised about $250,000. It had a budget of about $250,000 in 2012, with more than 90% of its funding coming from foundations.
WyoFile has three full-time staff members and more than a dozen contributors.
The Daily Beast is a news website founded in 2008 by former Vanity Fair and New Yorker editor Tina Brown that primarily aggregates content from across the web. The site is owned by Barry Diller’s Internet media company IAC/InteractiveCorp and has received most of its funding from the company. The Daily Beast began without advertising…