New online media platforms have siphoned away much of traditional media’s audience, but a New York Times reporter says the future of media, in the hands of young writers and entrepreneurs who are a “bundle of ideas, energy and technological mastery” may not be a bad deal. Like The Who said, the kids are alright!
With acquisitions of Mail.com, Fan.com, Deadline.com & others, the 30-year-old son of auto racing legend Roger Penske is building an Internet media empire. Here’s how Jay Penske, backed by $35 million in venture capital, plans to be a big winner in the transition from traditional media to online publishing.
When Millions of Americans Gather to Give Thanks Thursday 17 Members of Our Family Will Be Among Them
We’re getting the decks cleared here so we can join the rest of the U.S. in celebrating one of America’s biggest holidays Thursday – Thanksgiving Day. Like many Americans we will spend some time on the road traveling to a central meeting place where 17 family members from near and far will gather to give thanks.
The new weekly domain sales report is out at DNJournal.com. It was another solid week led by one of the year’s 10 biggest country code sales. We also saw two of the year’s five biggest non .com gTLD sales this week as that category enjoyed its best outing so far in 2009.
DomainAdvertising.com has named industry veteran Dan Warner as the company’s new CEO. Warner is a well-known figure in the domain industry having previously served as the Chief Strategy Officer and COO of Dark Blue Sea, the Australian public company that owns Fabulous.com.