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Pitchengine Inc., parent company of County 10 and Buckrail, announced Thursday that the company has finalized the sale of its fifth Community News Streams in Wyoming, Spring City to local business man, Howie Samelson. The move comes as Pitchengine continues to refocus efforts on a slew of new software products to serve its userbase of 50,000 brands worldwide.

Pitchengine recently sold news streams including, Shortgo in Cheyenne; County 17 and Dally in Gillette and Sheridan as well as Oil City in Casper – all to local owners.

“We changed the media landscape in Wyoming forever,” explained Pitchengine Founder and CEO, Jason Kintzler.

“Essentially, we created the most dominate news network in Wyoming from scratch and that’s something we’re really proud of. Now, by putting each stream in the hands of local owners, we hope they’ll continue to go deep and create a sustainable news model for decades to come.”

Pitchengine Communities grew to 7 news streams that garnered 7.5 million pageviews per month collectively. “Those kinds of numbers were unheard of in Wyoming, or in most rural states for that matter,” explained Kintzler.

Read more on the company’s move in a previous article.