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How To Pitch: The Fiscal Times

Send analysis-focused pitches on financial matters to this news and opinion site

By Dana Robinson - February 3, 2015
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Monthly Unique Visitors: 2.5 million
Background: In 2010, The Fiscal Times kicked off as a resource for all things business, policy and politics, in what executive editor Yuval Rosenberg describes as a "beta" stage of sorts. In mid-2011 the site beefed up the staff, officially left its beta days behind and blossomed into its current format. The site is geared toward readers interested in understanding how politics, economics, and business and finance topics connect to their daily lives. But this is not the go-to spot for run-of-the-mill business articles. "We're not really focused on providing news," says Rosenberg. "Readers can get the news from a multitude of other sites. We're really providing analysis, perspective, opinion, voice, and delivering more insight than might be available in just a quick news story someplace else."


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