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An interesting story about how two small operations are reporting on fantasy games and making a living selling those newsletters online…ex…

An interesting story about how two small operations are reporting on fantasy games and making a living selling those newsletters online…examples include Fantasyguru.com–who has over 10,000 subscribers paying $29.95 a season– and KFFL.com, which has “tens of thousands,” of subscribers paying between $12.99 and $49.99 a season.

“A lot of smaller companies were helped when the big companies went to a pay model for the commissioner services,” said Dave Hersh, VP of Fantasy Sports at Sportsline.com. “If you’re a mom-and-pop guy, and you have a newsletter that you charge $20 a year for, if you can get a couple of thousand people buying it, you’ve got a nice little business there.”

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