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Danny Zappin’s Zealot Networks has made its first buy. The recently launched digital media company announced Thursday it purchased a majority stake in music licensing firm AudioMicro for $20 million.
Spokeo announced this week it hit $57 million in revenue this year, a 159 percent increase over the last three-year period.
The hacked emails have turned a spotlight on Snapchat and two previously unknown acquisitions.
Smile for the camera – and talk to your favorite celebrity. That’s what Smiletime is offering to TV fans with its new interactive video platform.
Video ads can be annoying, but they also can be somewhat of an art. After all, how do you grab the attention of online consumers who have grown to ignore them?
The Santa Monica VC firm has raised $280 million to close its fifth fund, General Partner Mark Suster announced on his blog.
These days, you can request anything with the push of a button. And Serviz, an on-demand home service startup, is showing just how much investors are willing to back this new business model.
Virtual Piggy, a payments provider for teens, has added another partner to its playpen.
Digital music distributor DashGo has been acquired by AdRev, a division of digital licensing firm AudioMicro Inc., which helps artists collect revenue from music used in YouTube videos.
On this week's Launch List: A children-friendly streaming service, an ad tech firm and a celebrity's mobile game.
Lindsay Lohan is trying to keep up with at least one Kardashian. The actress has unveiled “The Price of Fame,” a mobile game designed to be a parody of celebrity culture and paparazzi.
A consortium that includes Pasadena engineering giant Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. has won the bid to design and construct the second phase of the state’s high-speed rail project, the California High-Speed Rail Authority in Sacramento announced Thursday.
Ad tech startup VideoAmp loves that it’s starting from scratch.
AwesomenessTV is living up to its name, according to one media giant. Hearst Corp. has acquired a 25 percent stake in DreamWorks Animation’s subsidiary for $81 million.