Post Tagged with: "Medium"

Blogging Platform Medium Raises $25 Million
/ January 29, 2014 4:46 pm
Blogging Platform Medium Raises $25 Million

VentureBeat reports that Medium has raised $25 million in its recent round of funding. The funding round was led by Greylock Partners with participation from Ron Conway, Google Ventures, Peter Chernin, Chris Sacca, Gary Vaynerchuk, Tim O’Reiily, and others. Medium was introduced with the objective of providing a new platform for people on the Internet where they can share their stories, and ideas. . Read More

Evan Williams, Co-Founder of Twitter, Launches Blogging Platform Medium
/ October 28, 2013 4:36 pm
Evan Williams, Co-Founder of Twitter, Launches Blogging Platform Medium

TechCrunch reports that Evan Williams, the co-founder of Twitter, is launching a new blogging platform called Medium. Today, the platform sent emails to people inviting them to sign up. The platform is currently compatible with only a few browsers, including Chrome, Safari or Firefox, and does not support mobile devices. Williams co-founded Medium with Noah Glass, after he sold his company Pyra Labs to Google. . Read More

CBS licenses library shows to Hulu
/ November 5, 2012 12:31 pm
CBS licenses library shows to Hulu

CBS, the only major network without ownership in Hulu, has signed up to make some of its programs available on the Hulu Plus subscription service. Read More

‘Net Radio Stations Unite to Offer Advertising Across Entire Medium
/ September 23, 2003 3:15 pm

Chicago — A consortium of online radio webcasters has banded together to offer an advertising format that can place an ad simultaneously across most Internet radio stations and channels in North America. The "Gigabuy" was organized by Web radio journalist Kurt Hanson and will include webcasters such as AOL, Yahoo, Live365.com, Radio Free Virgin and a host of independents, who plan to offer the advertising opportunity to one major national advertiser this fall. The buyer [...].

‘Net Radio Stations Unite to Offer Advertising Across Entire Medium
/ September 22, 2003 3:27 pm

Chicago — A consortium of online radio webcasters has banded together to offer an advertising format that can place an ad simultaneously across the vast majority of Internet radio stations and channels in North America. The "Gigabuy" was organized by Web radio journalist Kurt Hanson and will include webcasters such as AOL, Yahoo, Live365.com, Radio Free Virgin and a host of independents, who plan to offer the advertising opportunity to one major national advertiser [...].

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