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The latest was the relaunch of FiveThirtyEight, headed by Nate Silver, a statistician and journalist who made his own headlines with his accurate prediction of the 2012 presidential election.The site, which covers a range of news with a statistician’s eye, is backed by the sports broadcaster ESPN, after Silver left The New York Times with his blog.Also joining the fray was The Intercept, a news site backed by tech entrepreneur Pierre Omidyar with an editorial team led by Glenn Greenwald, the former Guardian reporter who broke news with documents leaked by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden.Omidyar has pledged to invest $250 million in his First Look Media, which includes a not for profit news operation and a separate technology arm for new media.The Washington Post’s popular “Wonkblog” columnist Ezra Klein meanwhile left the newspaper to start a news website backed by Vox Media. And journalists at The Wall Street Journal backed tech blog AllThingsD broke off in January to create Re/code, a separate website with support from Comcast’s NBCUniversal.The new energy in Internet news comes as the entrenched news industry faces deepening financial woes, and the model for online profits remains unclear.Dying or reviving?So is the news business dying or being reborn?Alan Mutter, a former Chicago newspaper editor who consults for journalism and technology ventures, said that while traditional newspapers are withering, online news sites may be working.But the digital news business is likely to be “vertical,” covering a segment such as technology, sports or politics, unlike a newspaper, which aims to cover all sectors. Online news can get money from subscriptions, premium content or links to shopping, for example.”The future of digital publishing is the antithesis of traditional publishing,” Mutter told AFP.Newspapers try to get a broad audience by offering comics, coupons and recipes, while covering news ranging from local crime to politics to walks on the moon, and online sites are changing that model.The shift is similar to what happened in retailing, with multi sector department stores hammered by specialty apparel, housewares or electronics stores.”Newspapers are basically following a publishing model mindset that is locked in 1958,” Mutter said.”They take the same content and put it on a website or put it on mobile and they say they have a digital strategy.”Low cost of entryKen Doctor, a media analyst with Outsell who writes the Newsonomics blog, said it has become easier to launch news sites.”The technology has gotten much better and cheaper in the past few years,” Doctor said.”And once you create the content, the social world is able to find new audiences at practically no incremental cost.”News startups can expand internationally and gain a far larger audience than they would with a local or even national US newspaper, he noted.”You can ramp up one of these businesses and create a national or international brand for $5 million to $10 million,” Doctor said.Without the legacy costs of newspapers like printing, distribution and longstanding pensions, websites can become profitable relatively quickly.While not all ventures will succeed, they are attracting venture capital because “you could double or triple your money if you pick a winner,” Doctor said.The startups are often personality driven Klein has 441,000 Twitter followers and Silver 680,000.