The Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism hosted Revenue Day 2013, in which various journalism start-ups discussed how they generate revenue. Startups included Narratively, The Awl, DNAInfo, Talking Points Memo, PolicyMic, Inside Climate News, Food and Tech Connect, Watershed Post, RiverheadLocal, BrooklynBased and Brownstoner. Find videos of the talks below, each about 20-30 minutes long.
Narratively: Founder Noah Rosenberg talks about his startup, which was developed in part with the help of a fellowship Noah received to attend the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism.
The Awl: John Shankman of The Awl speaks.
DNAInfo: no video available
PolicyMic: Chris Altchek of PolicyMic presented a behind the scenes look at the growth of his content site.
Inside Climate News: David Sassoon, of Inside Climate News, talks about his startup, which was recently awarded a Pulitzer Prize.
Food and Tech Connect: Danielle Gould, founder of Food + Tech Connect, talks about her startup, which has grown quickly over the past couple of years.
Watershed Post: Julia Reischel, founder of Watershed Post, a local news site, talks about how her startup earns revenue.
RiverheadLocal: Denise Civiletti, founder of RiverheadLocal, talks about how her startup earns significant annual revenue.
BrooklynBased: Annaliese Griffin of BrooklynBased talks about how the site/email newsletter has built its content and business strategy in recent years.
Brownstoner: Jonathan Butler of Brownstoner talks with Tow-Knight Director of Education Jeremy Caplan about how Brownstoner ended up where it is today.