A Thank You to Local Arts & Entertainment Sites

Posted on 20. Jul, 2009 by in Hyperlocal, News Ecosystem

We’ve already profiled one sports site in-depth–MGoBlog, the soup to nuts destination for University of Michigan sports fans. Many more profiles are on the way.

Unfortunately, we don’t have time to profile every site that fills out our survey, but they all deserve our thanks and recognition. The information they’ve provided will help us build better business models to sustain journalism in the future. So, here is an early list of all those in the broad Arts & Entertainment category (arts, food, music, and sports) who have filled out our survey so far.

Anali’s First Amendment
http://analisfirstamendment.blogspot.com/
Mainly food, but some other stuff too, from the Boston/Quincy area.

Boston Children’s Music
http://www.bostonchildrensmusic.com/
A children’s music guide to Boston, including CD reviews, interviews with musicians, and a calendar of local concerts for kids.

Boston Sports Media Watch
http://www.bostonsportsmedia.com/
A watchdog site on Boston’s sports media run by a passionate sports fan.

The Bruins Blog
http://www.thebruinsblog.net/
Coverage of the Boston Bruins hockey team from a fully credentialed reporter.

Dallas Cowboys Nation
http://www.dallascowboysnation.com
A news and fan site dedicated to the Dallas Cowboys.

Eat All About It
http://www.eatallaboutit.com
Recipes and food writing from the great Northwest by the former restaurant and food critic at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

Hub Arts
http://www.hubarts.com/
News and commentary on Boston’s arts and culture scene.

Next Season Sports
http://www.nextseasonsports.com/
Dedicated to Seattle’s professional sports teams.

Playground Boston
http://playgroundboston.com/
A rock-and-roll music site based in Boston that includes reviews, interviews and a concert calendar.

Sea Town Sports
http://www.seatownsports.net/
Dedicated to Seattle sports, from high school to professional teams.

Stranger Dance
http://www.strangerdance.com/
Music news and reviews from San Francisco, with an emphasis on the local scene.

Walking Off the Big Apple
http://www.walkingoffthebigapple.com/
A walking guide to New York City that focuses on literary and artistic destinations.

We’ll be publishing a directory of all the sites who take our survey. Make sure your site isn’t left out, take the survey in our sidebar! Or, you can find it here.

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