FloSports is the innovator in live digital sports and original content. Based in Austin, Texas, we partner with event rights holders and governing bodies to unlock a world of sports coverage that true fans have been waiting for. Through live streaming of premier events, original video programming, and weekly studio shows, FloSports is growing the sports, the athletes and the fans.Read More
American Inno is building the largest network of local innovation.
Through a portfolio of digital media and events properties that cover and connect a city’s startup and tech ecosystems, Inno is cultivating a national audience of next-gen business leaders and assembling a network of local innovation expertise.
With presence in nine markets (Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Cincy, DC, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Rhode Island and Wisconsin), and more to come soon, Inno strengthens and supports local innovation economies online and offline, giving communities both a trusted voice and an opportunity to connect in-person. Through daily newsletters, accessible and authoritative editorial, data-driven guides and engaging events, Inno serves as the go-to-source for the people and businesses that drive and define their local ecosystem.
American Inno is part of the American City Business Journals, a network of 40+ local business journals across the US reaching business leaders with critical news, information and events.
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The Texas Tribune is the only member-supported, digital-first, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues.
The Tribune was founded in 2009 by John Thornton (a venture capitalist in Austin for nearly 20 years and passionate believer in public media), Evan Smith (the veteran editor-in-chief of Texas Monthly and host of a weekly interview program on PBS stations), and Ross Ramsey (former owner and editor of Texas Weekly, the state’s premier newsletter on politics and government, now rebranded as The Blast).
The Texas Tribune and its destination website were launched in November 2009, thanks to $4 million in private contributions as seed funding, a small band of talented computer programmers and some of the most accomplished journalists in the state.
Now with a staff of nearly 50 dedicated reporters, editors, technologists, designers and business leaders, the Tribune has continued to advance its mission of bringing greater transparency and accountability to public policy, politics and government through news, data and events.Read More
The Austin American-Statesman is the major daily newspaper for Austin, the capital city of Texas. It is owned by Cox Enterprises, but is being sold to GateHouse Media. The newspaper places focus on issues affecting Austin and the Central Texas region.
The Austin American-Statesman competes with the Austin Chronicle, an alternative weekly. The paper tends to print Associated Press, New York Times, The Washington Post and Los Angeles Times international and national news, but has strong Central Texas coverage, especially in political reporting. The Statesman benefits from the culture and writing heritage of Austin. It extensively covers the music scene, especially the annual South by Southwest Music Festival. The newspaper co-sponsors various events around Austin such as the Capital 10K foot race and the Season for Caring charity campaign.
The Statesman's news website is statesman.com and its paid site mystatesman.com. Its entertainment site is Austin360.com austin360.com. It publishes niche topic sites Hookem.com hookem.com and 512tech.com 512tech.com. It also publishes a weekly Spanish-language newspaper, ¡ahora sí!ahorasi.com. Additionally, the Statesman partners with the St. Petersburg Times with PolitiFact Texas PolitiFact/Texas, a site that covers issues that are relevant to Texas and the Austin area.Read More
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Austin based publisher and the ultimate destination for original reporting on Internet culture and life online.Read More
Founded in 2008 by brothers John and Leo Resig, Chive Media Group consists of a family of websites, apps and OTT channels, including its flagship brands theCHIVE and theBERRY. This family also includes eCommerce sites The Chivery, Buy Me Brunch and William Murray Golf. In 2010, Chive Media Group established Chive Charities, a non-profit organization that inspires theCHIVE’s online community to champion orphaned causes in need of public awareness and financial assistance. Chive Media Group also owns: a streaming entertainment channel, CHIVE TV; an in-house production company, Chive Studios; and a sales and media operation division with offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York City and San Francisco. Chive Media Group is headquartered in Austin with 170 full-time employees nationwide.Read More
Rooster Teeth is a pioneering media and entertainment company responsible for some of the biggest online series in history, such as the award-winning and longest-running web series, Red vs. Blue. They also produce the globally acclaimed animated series RWBY, the first western anime series to be distributed in Japan; the award-winning Rooster Teeth Podcast; and Immersion, a reality format that brings video game theory to the real world. Rooster Teeth has a massive global footprint of more than 45 million subscribers to its YouTube Network, 5 million unique monthly visitors to its RoosterTeeth.com hub and 3 million registered community members. The company was founded in 2003, and is now a subsidiary of Fullscreen Media, a global youth media company that develops online creators and produces multi-platform entertainment experiences.