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So says this long and ponderous profile story on the future of newspapers in The New Yorker, drawing comparisons of HuffingtonPost being the…

So says this long and ponderous profile story on the future of newspapers in The New Yorker, drawing comparisons of HuffingtonPost being the new incarnation of the American newspaper, online. On HuffPo, the story says the site has about $11 million at its disposal (that’s the amount it has raised till date, and probably spent a big chunk of it; not necessarily at its disposal), and the site is poised to break even on ad revenues of somewhere between $6 million to $10 million this year ( HuffingtonPost co-founder Ken Lerer said in October last year that HuffPo is

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  1. Still no trackback? We included your correction / context for the $11M among many excerpts in our coverage of the "long and ponderous" <a href="http://blog.blogcosm.com/2008/03/24/new-yorker-history-and-future-newspapers-and-blogs/">history and future of newspapers and blogs</a>.

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  2. $6M-$10M Annual Revenue? How?
    Inquiring minds want to know…

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