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Jeanne Pinder is a seasoned journalist who worked for The New York Times for 23 years. She volunteered for a buyout in late 2009 to become a web entrepreneur and found ClearHealthCosts.

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Project Blog: ClearHealthCosts.com

Building off a platform of reports, databases, blogs and crowdsourcing, Jeanne Pinder and ClearHealthCosts have a mission to be the best online source of health care pricing. After launching a beta site CHC began reaching out to those that really care about the costs of health care: the 20- and 30-something women who are the chief health and wellness officers of their families.

Jeanne Pinder: How Can Media Start Ups Bring in Revenue?
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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

J-Lab, American University's SOC and MAME programs, The National Press Club sponsored the New Media Women Entrepreneurs: Making New Ideas Happen summit. The summit featured 11 talks on how to make a start-up work. Watch the other talks on Vimeo.

Jeanne Pinder told us what she has learned from ClearHealthCosts and other experiences about how media start ups can make money.

Making Your Start Up Work: Bringing in Revenue - Jeanne Pinder from J-Lab on Vimeo.

   • Posted by Justin Warren on 02/12 at 02:15 PM
 

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