Group Nine Media

Group Nine Media is one of the world's largest digital-first media companies, boasting over 5 billion monthly video views and reaching 80% of U.S. adults in their 20's. As the no. 1 most engaging publisher on the social web, Group Nine's brands are built for consumption on the platforms where their millennial-focused audience spends the majority of their time. Group Nine is home to NowThis (the no. 1 most watched video news creator on social), The Dodo (the no. 1 animal brand on social), Thrillist (the most trusted brand in food, drink, travel & entertainment) and Seeker (the digital leader in science and innovation).

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GROUP NINE MEDIA ACQUIRES POPSUGAR TO ACCESS MARKET OF MILLENNIAL WOMEN

crunchbase | October 08, 2019

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Fresh off a $50 million funding round in September, Group Nine Media has acquired PopSugar, a woman-focused publisher and lifestyle brand. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the Wall Street Journal reported that PopSugar, a San Francisco company, was valued at $300 million through the purchase. PopSugar’s online network of websites — offering everything from fashion tips to entertainment updates — attracted venture capital interest from industry behemoths like Sequoi...

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U.S. HOME ENTERTAINMENT MARKET TOPPED $25 BILLION IN 2019, WITH 63% COMING FROM STREAMING

variety | January 13, 2020

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Consumer spending on home entertainment rose 8.4% to a record $25.2 billion in 2019, spurred by the at-home sector’s biggest growth engine — digital, according to DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group. Subscription streaming, digital movie sales and digital movie rentals over the internet all generated significantly more money than they did in 2018, DEG says. The trade association estimates consumers spent $15.9 billion on subscription streaming, which now accounts for 63% of the enti...

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HOW MUSIC STREAMING WARS COULD PLAY OUT IN THE 2020S

contactmusic | January 13, 2020

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In the world of digital entertainment, things are about to get a bit heated when it comes to television streaming services. Disney+, a revamped Apple TV, HBO Max and several others have jumped in (or soon will) to compete with Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime. It's been dubbed the 'streaming wars', and the fear is that it could get ugly, hurting both consumers and providers....

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ALL XBOX SERIES X LAUNCH GAMES WILL ALSO WORK ON XBOX ONE

pocket-lint | January 13, 2020

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This year will be huge for gaming, with cloud platforms growing or launching in the coming months, and not one but two next-generation consoles planned for the holiday season. The Xbox Series X and PS5 will be available in time for Christmas 2020, and that has us very excited indeed. However, it might also prevent people investing in current games machines on the build up, such as the excellent Xbox One X. Well, if you are planning to buy a games console in the next few months or already own an ...

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GROUP NINE MEDIA ACQUIRES POPSUGAR TO ACCESS MARKET OF MILLENNIAL WOMEN

crunchbase | October 08, 2019

Fresh off a $50 million funding round in September, Group Nine Media has acquired PopSugar, a woman-focused publisher and lifestyle brand. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the Wall Street Journal reported that PopSugar, a San Francisco company, was valued at $300 million through the purchase. PopSugar’s online network of websites — offering everything from fashion tips to entertainment updates — attracted venture capital interest from industry behemoths like Sequoi...

Read More
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U.S. HOME ENTERTAINMENT MARKET TOPPED $25 BILLION IN 2019, WITH 63% COMING FROM STREAMING

variety | January 13, 2020

Consumer spending on home entertainment rose 8.4% to a record $25.2 billion in 2019, spurred by the at-home sector’s biggest growth engine — digital, according to DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group. Subscription streaming, digital movie sales and digital movie rentals over the internet all generated significantly more money than they did in 2018, DEG says. The trade association estimates consumers spent $15.9 billion on subscription streaming, which now accounts for 63% of the enti...

Read More
news image

HOW MUSIC STREAMING WARS COULD PLAY OUT IN THE 2020S

contactmusic | January 13, 2020

In the world of digital entertainment, things are about to get a bit heated when it comes to television streaming services. Disney+, a revamped Apple TV, HBO Max and several others have jumped in (or soon will) to compete with Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime. It's been dubbed the 'streaming wars', and the fear is that it could get ugly, hurting both consumers and providers....

Read More
news image

ALL XBOX SERIES X LAUNCH GAMES WILL ALSO WORK ON XBOX ONE

pocket-lint | January 13, 2020

This year will be huge for gaming, with cloud platforms growing or launching in the coming months, and not one but two next-generation consoles planned for the holiday season. The Xbox Series X and PS5 will be available in time for Christmas 2020, and that has us very excited indeed. However, it might also prevent people investing in current games machines on the build up, such as the excellent Xbox One X. Well, if you are planning to buy a games console in the next few months or already own an ...

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