“Former Rocky Mountain News staffers plan to start an online newspaper if they get 50,000 paying subscribers by April 23 — what would have been the News’ 100th anniversary,” reported Editor and Publisher. The historic paper was axed by its corporate owners, E.W. Scripps Co., last month. 

Got $4.99 a month U.S. to help launch the InDenverTimes.com? At least to start, it probably doesn’t matter if online readers are not local.

I predict that we’ll see more of these entrepreneurial journalism ventures …. whether readers will put up money is the big question.

“Former Rocky Mountain News staffers plan to start an online newspaper if they get 50,000 paying subscribers by April 23 — what would have been the News’ 100th anniversary,” reported Editor and Publisher. The historic paper was axed by its corporate owners, E.W. Scripps Co., last month. 

Got $4.99 a month U.S. to help launch the InDenverTimes.com? At least to start, it probably doesn’t matter if online readers are not local.

I predict that we’ll see more of these entrepreneurial journalism ventures …. whether readers will put up money is the big question.

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