Local news sites are a risky venture, as evidenced by the recent rise and fall of Backfence.com, but are they doomed to failure? Paul Farhi at the American Journal Review uses Backfence and other models to illustrate how and why some projects work and others don’t, and what the future holds for hyperlocal sites.
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