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Andrew Breitbart launched breitbart.tv as a news website in 2007. The website featured wire stories from the Associated Press, Reuters, Agence France-Presse, Fox News, PR Newswire, and U.S. Newswire, as well as direct links to a number of major international newspapers. The website's initial growth was largely fueled by links from the Drudge Report. In 2007, Breitbart launched a video blog, Breitbart.tv.

Breitbart News is a politically conservative American news and opinion website founded in 2007 by conservative commentator and entrepreneur Andrew Breitbart It also has a daily radio program, Breitbart News Daily.

Breitbart is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, with bureaus in Texas, London, and Jerusalem. Stephen Bannon serves as the publication's executive chairman, with Alexander Marlow serving as the editor-in-chief.[4]

Notable events in Breitbart's history have included the ACORN 2009 undercover videos controversy, the firing of Shirley Sherrod, the Anthony Weiner sexting scandals, the "Friends of Hamas" story, the Nancy Pelosi/Miley Cyrus ad campaign, and the misidentification of Loretta Lynch.

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