U.S. Local News Network — which is plotting the roll out of local news sites across the U.S. — has raised more cash. CEO Neil Senturia tells us that the startup has received $1 million in new funding and expects to raise another $800,000 within the next month-and-a-half; the company had already secured $2 million in backing over the summer. The company isn’t disclosing who provided the cash. Senturia initially founded the San Diego News Network; in September, however, he set up parent company U.S. Local News Network to oversee the roll out of additional sites. The company has launched a second site in Riverside, Calif. and a third site, which will cover Orange County, is on track to launch in February.
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