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How Important Is an Exit Strategy for Hyperlocal News Startups?

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“I don’t know a single startup business outside the indie news space that doesn’t articulate its exit strategy up front," said Rusty Coats, who has created curricula for community news trainings in the Block by Block and Investigative News Network (INN) communities. "That sets the path for growth and helps set benchmarks for success.”

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Can Tech Innovations Bring Revenue for Hyperlocal Publishers?

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What innovations can help startup news sites earn money? How should hyperlocal publishers decide what technology to use? These are constant questions at the Journalism Accelerator, a website focused on crowdsourcing knowledge to help journalism find new, sustainable financial models. In a recent conversation Street Fight's David Hirschman and CJR's Michael Meyer talked with JA about some of these issues...

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