Editor’s Pick Glam Media has raised an additional $25 million series F round of funding, VentureBeat has confirmed with sources familiar with the deal.
Last year saw Glam Media plunge into a new Food-focused vertical Foodie.com, which is now one of the most popular sites in the genre. Now, the company is rolling out a brand new version of the site that puts a focus on user-based recipe submissions, expert reviews, and even print media.
Digital publishing startup Glam Media has reportedly filed documents for an initial public offering, one outlet claims.
Fashion-focused media company StyleCaster will launch a proprietary ad platform in mid-January that will challenge Condé Nast, Glam Media and third-party ad networks, the company revealed today.
Female-focused media and advertising company Glam Media may soon file to go public.
[vimeo 32349354 w=400 h=225] Glam Media is launching a new video ad platform called GlamSplash that aims to mimic the effectiveness of 30-second TV spot advertisements, the company announced today.
Glam Media announced today that it has hired 16-year Apple veteran Jeanne Seeley as its new chief financial officer and executive vice president, a move that likely positions the company for a public offering. Seeley starts work today.
Glam Media, a content and media company focused on women but with increasing ambition, has acquired Ning, a web service that lets people build their own social networks. The purchase price was undisclosed, but the deal is well below Ning’s $750 million valuation when it was at the peak of its hype a few years ago.
Mobile is the next big step for Glam Media, a female-focused media and advertising company. Glam today is launching its GlamMobile advertising platform and GlamEnable, a platform that lets publishers create websites and apps optimized to run on mobile devices.
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The female-focused media and advertising company Glam Media has purchased Foodie.com, potentially as the first step towards launching a new food vertical, VentureBeat has learned.