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SheBooks launches with contests and stable of writers

Shebooks launched Jan. 2 and now has 12 e-books and some top rankings in Amazon's hot releases.

Silicon Hills crowdfunds print magazine overshot its Kickstarter funding goal and will launch a print magazine at the SXSW Interactive conference in Austin.

BOXX makes its match with crowdfunding

Tasked with raising $2,000 to leverage a matching amount, Boxx Magazine has turned to GoFundMe and to Eventbrite to help make the match.


News Chops Report

News Chops

Nola Vie partners with public radio

Public broadcasters are finding new ways to engage in more local journalism, especially more investigative and enterprise journalism, than ever before. See how New Orleans does it.

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Carolina Public Press partners with all media in the state

CPP spearheads investigations, trains journalists from around the state, and shares content across the board with any news organization that wants it.

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Stacey Borden and Meghan Muntean


Stacey Borden

Stacey Borden (twitter: @staceyborden) is originally from Calabasas, California. She is currently a student at Harvard Business School and spent summer 2009 interning for Apple Inc. in the Web Marketing group. Prior to HBS, Stacey served as Campus Relations Director for 85 Broads, a global professional women’s network, and as a hedge fund marketing analyst for Lehman Brothers. Stacey graduated in 2006 from Harvard College, where she served as President of Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business and Class Secretary.

Meghan Muntean

Meghan Muntean is originally from Brentwood, California. She currently works on Wall Street as a Portfolio Consultant, advising high net worth and institutional clients on asset allocation and manager selection. Meghan graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University in 2006, where she served as Editor in Chief of Business Today, the largest college magazine in circulation.  Meghan also served as a campus representative for the global women’s network 85 Broads. 

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