New York–On Tuesday, Feb. 25 a group of media executives, reporters and venture capitalists assembled at The Green Space for Matter Two Demo Days.
Articles by Caysey Welton
Source Interlink Media named Scott Dickey as its new CEO on Tuesday, Feb. 25, replacing Michael L. Sullivan, who will now head Source Distribution as CEO.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship has entered into a management agreement with Future US. Future US will foster publishing operations, which includes global digital management and print distribution in the U.S.,
Hearst Health Ventures announced it has invested in Tonic Health, a patient engagement and data collection startup. Financial terms of the funding have not been disclosed,
National Journal rolled out a new database for its members featuring thousands of policy-related primary documents.
Salon Media Group revealed results for its third quarter 2014 fiscal year, which ended December 31. The company earned $1.9 million in net revenue–an increase of 82 percent versus that period from the prior year.
Tinypass, a Web monetization solution provider, is expanding into the fulfillment space by acquiring startup Swishu. Tinypass was founded in 2011,
Multiplatform Hispanic media publisher impreMedia posted a 31-percent year-over-year increase in Web traffic across its stable of titles, according to comScore.
SELF magazine rolled out its new video channel on Feb. 5, which includes editorial-inspired original content. SELF’s new channel was developed along with Condé Nast Entertainment,
Gawker Media's Jalopnik reports that Source Interlink has folded its enthusiast automotive title, Modified.