Top 110+ Publishing Companies In New York In 2021
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Top 110+ Publishing Companies In New York In 2021

Updated on March 12th, 2021

Top 110+ Publishing Companies In New York In 2021

A hand curated list of 110+ top publishing companies in New York.
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Table Of Contents

  1. Sourcepoint ($1M to $10M)
  2. Mashable ($10M to $50M)
  3. General Cybernetics (Less than $1M)
  4. American Media ($100M to $500M)
  5. TheFix.com (Less than $1M)
  6. News Corp. ($1B to $10B)
  7. BuzzFeed ($100M to $500M)
  8. The Juggernaut ($1M to $10M)
  9. AppBrick (Less than $1M)
  10. Intent ($1M to $10M)
  11. LaterPay (Less than $1M)
  12. BIScience ($10M to $50M)
  13. Clickky ($1M to $10M)
  14. Kindling ($1M to $10M)
  15. Univision Communications ($1B to $10B)
  16. TheStreet ($10B+)
  17. Crisp Mobile ($10M to $50M)
  18. SUMAQ Media Inc. (Less than $1M)
  19. Umami ($1M to $10M)
  20. The Outline ($1M to $10M)
  21. Verst ($1M to $10M)
  22. NYIAX ($1M to $10M)
  23. Standard Analytics ($1M to $10M)
  24. Webcollage ($1M to $10M)
  25. The Daily Voice ($1M to $10M)
  26. Digital.NYC (Less than $1M)
  27. GlobalComix ($10M to $50M)
  28. KnowHowDo ($1M to $10M)
  29. Adventr ($1M to $10M)
  30. Betterfly (ACQUIRED) ($10M to $50M)
  31. Crowdability ($10M to $50M)
  32. Kollabora (Less than $1M)
  33. Adomik ($1M to $10M)
  34. Atari ($1M to $10M)
  35. WordExcerpt (Less than $1M)
  36. Innovid ($50M to $100M)
  37. myinfoQ ($1M to $10M)
  38. Spiegel & Grau ($10M to $50M)
  39. HODINKEE ($10M to $50M)
  40. L2 ($10M to $50M)
  41. Capital New York ($1M to $10M)
  42. Press4Kids (Less than $1M)
  43. PadSquad (Less than $1M)
  44. Def Jam Recordings ($10M to $50M)
  45. Readymag ($1M to $10M)
  46. Timescape (Less than $1M)
  47. AIIeyWatch (Less than $1M)
  48. RebelMouse (Less than $1M)
  49. Magzter ($1M to $10M)
  50. Hinted (Less than $1M)
  51. Sailthru ($10M to $50M)
  52. Giphy ($10M to $50M)
  53. Really Simple ($1M to $10M)
  54. Booklr (Less than $1M)
  55. Radish ($1M to $10M)
  56. How to Help (Less than $1M)
  57. TRAFFIQ (Less than $1M)
  58. Bitly ($10M to $50M)
  59. Writer's Bloq (Less than $1M)
  60. NewsCred ($10M to $50M)
  61. MagFirst (Less than $1M)
  62. Scientific Media ($10M to $50M)
  63. Further ($1M to $10M)
  64. TreePress ($1M to $10M)
  65. PR Newswire ($100M to $500M)
  66. Ology Media ($1M to $10M)
  67. E-Line Media (Less than $1M)
  68. LiftDNA (Less than $1M)
  69. CenterPoint Media ($1M to $10M)
  70. Ontodia ($10M to $50M)
  71. The Flip Side (Less than $1M)
  72. Upworthy (Less than $1M)
  73. DWNLD (Less than $1M)
  74. Yieldbot ($10M to $50M)
  75. SANDOW ($50M to $100M)
  76. Purch ($50M to $100M)
  77. Business Insider ($100M to $500M)
  78. VDP ($1M to $10M)
  79. Jumo Health ($1M to $10M)
  80. YIMBY ($10M to $50M)
  81. VinePair ($1M to $10M)
  82. Food52 ($10M to $50M)
  83. Complex ($100M to $500M)
  84. Infomous (Less than $1M)
  85. China Elite Focus Magazines LLC ($1M to $10M)
  86. AWA Studios (Less than $1M)
  87. Pixable ($10M to $50M)
  88. EX.CO ($10M to $50M)
  89. Zola Books ($1M to $10M)
  90. Smashpipe Magazine (Less than $1M)
  91. Capture Media (Less than $1M)
  92. Zinio LLC ($1M to $10M)
  93. EntryPoint ($1M to $10M)
  94. StyleCaster ($1M to $10M)
  95. Freethink Media ($1M to $10M)
  96. Tracx ($1M to $10M)
  97. Quartz ($10M to $50M)
  98. Seen ($1M to $10M)
  99. First Look Media ($10M to $50M)
  100. Tango Publishing ($10M to $50M)
  101. LAUNCH KIDS (Less than $1M)
  102. Scout ($10M to $50M)
  103. LiveIntent ($100M to $500M)
  104. Dynamic Yield ($1M to $10M)
  105. The Guardian ($1M to $10M)
  106. DEV ($10M to $50M)
  107. Esquire (Less than $1M)
  108. JW Player ($50M to $100M)
  109. SocialFlow ($1M to $10M)
  110. Remedy Health Media ($50M to $100M)
  111. The Markup ($1M to $10M)


  1. Sourcepoint ($1M to $10M)

    Sourcepoint is the privacy compliance platform for the digital marketing ecosystem. We provide tools to protect consumer privacy, manage compliance and optimize revenue in a rapidly changing landscape. Founded by a team of digital advertising veterans, Sourcepoint has offices in New York, Berlin, London, and Paris. Learn more at www.sourcepoint.com. Their headquarters are located in New York, New York.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $17M raised in December, 2020
    • 6 founders
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    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  3. Mashable ($10M to $50M)

    Mashable is the leading media company for the Connected Generation and the voice of digital culture. Reporting on the importance of digital innovation, Mashable empowers, and inspires its readers around the globe. Since its inception in 2005, Mashable record 45 million monthly unique visitors and 28 million social media followers and are one of the most influential and engaged online communities worldwide. Mashable is headquartered in New York City with offices in San Francisco, London, and Los Angeles. A publishing company.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 251-500 employees
    • $15M raised in March, 2016
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  5. General Cybernetics (Less than $1M)

    Their first release is Streamfully, a browser extension that looks ahead into web links and creates personalized content previews. Hyperlinks are ever-prevalent on the web, yet they are opaque and lead to the same content for every user. Streamfully presents a stream of short, digestible snippets that are unique to a user's interests and reading history. As a result, hyperlinks become transparent and personalized and bring high-value content to the user’s immediate attention. Users also gain better control over the content they see, while avoiding clickbait and repetitive information. Users get immediate value from the content behind the link without expending any effort, and they discover related content that is also personalized down to the snippet. For content providers, Streamfully increases user engagement and time-on-site, while providing higher viewability of ads and sponsored content, all with rich analytics.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.2M raised in June, 2014
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  7. American Media ($100M to $500M)

    American Media, Inc. is the publisher of celebrity journalism and health and fitness magazines in the U.S. These include Star, Shape, Men's Fitness, Fit Pregnancy, Natural Health, and The National Enquirer. In addition to print properties, AMI manages 14 different web sites. The company also owns Distribution Services, Inc., the country's #1 in-store magazine merchandising company.

    • $100M to $500M annual revenues
    • 1001-5000 employees
    • $460M raised in January, 2019
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  9. TheFix.com (Less than $1M)

    TheFix.com is a daily website about addiction and recovery. The Fix launched in March 2011 as a part of Recovery Media LLC bringing you your daily dose of breaking news, exclusive interviews, and investigative reports about sex, drugs, and alcohol addiction/recovery. Plus: expert advice on health and culture, photo and video galleries, reader forums, and the world's only independent rehab reviews.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2.4M raised in September, 2011
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  10. brown wooden table and chairs


  11. News Corp. ($1B to $10B)

    News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education and information services. News Corp is a global, diversified media and information services company focused on creating and distributing authoritative and engaging content to consumers throughout the world. The company comprises leading businesses across a range of media, including: news and information services, digital real estate services, book publishing, digital education, and sports programming and pay-TV distribution.

    • $1B to $10B annual revenues
    • 10001+ employees
    • $12.5M raised in January, 2010
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  12. selective focus photography of desk lamp on table


  13. BuzzFeed ($100M to $500M)

    BuzzFeed is a news and entertainment company that is redefining online advertising with its social, content-driven publishing technology. BuzzFeed provides the most shareable breaking news, original reporting, entertainment, and video across the social web to its global audience of more than 200M. It covers breaking news, produces original video, and creates content that people want to share on the web. BuzzFeed was founded in 2006 by Jonah Peretti and John Johnson. It is headquartered in New York, N.Y.

    • $100M to $500M annual revenues
    • 1001-5000 employees
    • $200M raised in November, 2016
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  14. people having meeting on rectangular brown table


  15. The Juggernaut ($1M to $10M)

    The Juggernaut is a digital media publication that documents the unstoppable rise of South Asians and South Asia. It was founded in 2018.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $2M raised in October, 2020
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  16. photo of industrial machines near table


  17. AppBrick (Less than $1M)

    AppBrick is a Boston based mobile solutions company. Our mission is to build an easy to use and non-programming, application development platform for organizations to create market ready, feature rich applications. We address head-on issues that the organizations face today while creating applications: High cost, increasing development time and lack of technology capabilities.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.1M raised in August, 2011
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  19. Intent ($1M to $10M)

    Intent is a data science company for the world’s leading online travel and commerce brands. Our Predictive Intelligence Platform uses patented technology to predict user behavior in real-time and identify the future value of every user. Over 450 innovative brands trust predictions to deliver personalized user experiences that maximize utility and ROI. The company is proud to work with partners like Priceline, Expedia, TripAdvisor, Hotels.com, Wotif, Skyscanner, Hotwire, ebookers, lastminute.com, Delta, AA, Lufthansa, Marriott, and Enterprise. To learn more, visit Intent.com. A publishing company. Their headquarters are located in New York, New York.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $22.7M raised in July, 2014
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  20. men using computers


  21. LaterPay (Less than $1M)

    LaterPay simplifies payments on the Internet. In addition to a classic immediate purchase option, LaterPay also allows you to buy digital content such as articles now and pay later. LaterPay allows you to purchase digital content for even the smallest amounts without having to pay directly. You simply confirm that you want to pay later and then you can access the content you want. You don't have to register or provide payment details beforehand. LaterPay remembers all the purchases you make on your device and bundles them into one invoice. No matter which website LaterPay uses, you simply shop - and all purchases appear together on one LaterPay invoice. As soon as your tab reaches $5.00, we ask you to register. Afterwards you choose your preferred payment method. There are no fees for you; you only pay for what you actually buy.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $10M raised in May, 2020
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  22. brown and white table and chairs


  23. BIScience ($10M to $50M)

    BI Science is an Israeli based business intelligence solution provider for companies that operate online. They provide business and competitive intelligence solutions that change the way SMB and Enterprise level businesses profile, analyze, buy and sell media over multiple online and mobile channels. Their tools have a direct impact on their client's operations, including enhancing current revenue streams, generating new business and saving both time and costs. In 2009, BI Science launched its first business and intelligence tool GeoSurf, a browser add-on that enables online media professionals to view ads and web content form the local perspective in more than 60 countries and 20 US metro locations. It is used by media buyers, campaign managers, sales, and compliance teams to see who is bidding on geo targeted ad placements, generate new sources of business and enhance their current marketing activities.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $3M raised in October, 2016
    • 4 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  24. rectangular brown wooden table with chair lot inside building


  25. Clickky ($1M to $10M)

    Clickky is a full-stack platform for mobile advertisers and publishers. Founded in 2010, with 5 offices worldwide and 40+ employees, the company is setting high standards for mobile advertising. Clickky offers both programmatic and performance solutions, while currently focusing on the development of its own SSP and RTB Marketplace. Clickky provides products both for monetization and user acquisition, including an API solution AdExchange, which the company operates since 2015, and remnant traffic monetization tool Smartlink. In 2016, Clickky launched a programmatic monetization platform for publishers as well as a self-serve platform for mobile advertisers, helping ad networks and app developers launch mobile ad campaigns in 5 minutes.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $2M raised in April, 2015
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

    Visit Website →


  26. rolling armchair beside table


  27. Kindling ($1M to $10M)

    Based in New York City, Kindling’s mission is to modernize the enterprise experience with software people enjoy using. Whether by smartphone on the run or by laptop in a meeting, people use Kindling to suggest new product features, address operational waste, enhance their customer’s experience, and build a better work environment. From early-stage startups to multinational corporations, organizations all around the world engage their people in conversations around ideas to address their most pressing needs and compelling opportunities. Kindling offers a free program for startups (www.kindlinglovesstartups.com), customized accounts to meet user preferences, and reliable support. Visit www.kindlingapp.com to learn more about Kindling and the benefits of idea management software. Specialties Idea management and collaboration, software, innovation, enterprise software, social innovation, SaaS.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.3M raised in March, 2015
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  28. three women sitting around table using laptops


  29. Univision Communications ($1B to $10B)

    Univision Communications Inc. is the media company serving the Hispanic community in the United States. Its assets include Univision Network, one of the five major US television networks, irrespective of language, television and Spanish-speaking dovetailing the US reaching 96% of US Hispanic households. UU .; TeleFutura Network, a television channel in Spanish general interest, reaching 88% of US Hispanic households .; and Univision Cable Networks, including Galavisión, a leading cable television in Spanish in the country, and Univision Tlnovelas a cable television network devoted to soap operas broadcast 24 hours a day, plus a suite of six cable De Película, De Pelicula Clasico, Bandamax, Ritmoson, Telehit and Clásico TV; Univision Studios, which produces and co-producer of "reality shows", dramatic series and other programming formats for the Company's platforms; Univision Television Group, which owns and / or operates 62 television stations in major US Hispanic markets and in Puerto Rico; Univision Radio, the leading Hispanic radio group which owns and / or operates 69 radio stations in 16 of the top 25 US Hispanic markets and five stations in Puerto Rico; Univision Interactive Media, a network of national and local online sites and mobile phones, including Univision.com, the online portal in Spanish most visited by US Hispanics, Univision Movil, the industry leader in mobile telephony from For years, offering services and unique, relevant mobile products and Univision Partner Group, a specialized advertising and publisher network. Headquartered in New York City, UCI television network operations in Miami and has television and radio stations, plus sales offices in major US cities. They are based in New York, New York.

    • $1B to $10B annual revenues
    • 1001-5000 employees
    • $125M raised in January, 2014
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  30. people sitting on chairs near tables during daytime


  31. TheStreet ($10B+)

    TheStreet is a digital financial media company whose network of digital services provides users, subscribers and advertisers with a variety of content and tools through a range of online, social media, tablet and mobile channels. Our mission is to provide the most actionable ideas from the world of investing, finance and business in order to break down information barriers, level the playing field and help all individuals and organizations grow their wealth. With an unmatched suite of digital services, TheStreet offers all of the tools and insight needed to make the best decisions about earning, investing, saving and spending money.

    • $10B+ annual revenues
    • 501-1000 employees
    • $13.4M raised in November, 2017
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  33. Crisp Mobile ($10M to $50M)

    A pioneer, innovator and leader in mobile ad technology for more than a decade, Crisp's mission is to help brands activate customers to point-of-purchase experiences through mobile devices. Crisp provides the first end-to-end mobile customer activation platform, Crisp MoCA, that delivers a fully turnkey solution to dominate today and tomorrow's primary point of purchase. Crisp's mature, vertically integrated ad technology and industry-leading product, engineering and operations teams have made it the platform provider of choice for leading CPG's and retailers. Crisp is a privately held company headquartered in New York with offices in Singapore.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $6M raised in April, 2011
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  35. SUMAQ Media Inc. (Less than $1M)

    SUMAQ is a collective effort of Peruvians to promote their cultural manifestations. .

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in May, 2019
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  37. Umami ($1M to $10M)

    Umami is a NYC-based startup founded to deliver on the promise of interactive TV for consumers, networks and advertisers. Umami for iPad, a free app available now in the App Store (umami.tv/download), automatically detects what you’re watching and brings you info, bios, photos, news, gossip and social conversation while you watch. The app is part of a broader publishing platform which simplifies the process for TV networks, content partners and advertisers to create rich, enhanced TV experiences. Umami is led by veterans of interactive TV, broadband video and advertising with experience building platforms and selling media at firms like TV Guide, Aol, CBS, and Comcast. Download - umami.tv/download Check out our video - umami.tv/video On Twitter - @umamitv On Facebook - umamitv.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in April, 2012
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  39. The Outline ($1M to $10M)

    The Outline is focused on the development of a digital publication that publishes contents about power, culture, and more. The Outline was founded by Joshua Topolsky in 2016.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $5.2M raised in May, 2018
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  40. Verst ($1M to $10M)

    Verst is an all-in-one website and online publishing platform. It was founded in 2014.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $12M raised in September, 2015
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  42. NYIAX ($1M to $10M)

    Developed in partnership with Nasdaq, NYIAX combines a patented Financial Matching Engine℗ with blockchain technology for the advertising industry. NYIAX provides advertisers and publishers a platform to buy, sell, and re-trade premium advertising contracts in a forward/futures methodology. As the first and only trusted, transparent, and curated marketplace, NYIAX enables advertisers and publishers to increase ROI and to reduce costs throughout the deal lifecycle.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $5.7M raised in June, 2018
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

    Visit Website →


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  44. Standard Analytics ($1M to $10M)

    Standard Analytics helps humans and machines to re-use, quote, share, and reproduce science. The company builds an API for Science to make the data, analytics, and results of any data-driven science discoverable, easy to reuse, and verifiably reproducible. Inspired by the software development workflow, it brings dependency management, continuous integration, and semantic web technologies to science. Fundamentally, the company introduces a new way to publish, consume, and share science and a new form of arguing, backed by quantitative evidence. Standard Analytics was established in 2014 and is headquartered in New York.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1.1M raised in March, 2015
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  46. Webcollage ($1M to $10M)

    Webcollage is a SaaS solution enabling brands to manage rich product information and publish it in real time to retailer websites, increasing sales online and in-store. Webcollage customers include over 1,000 brands including Samsung, L'Oreal, Toshiba, P&G, Philips, Microsoft, CHANEL, and more. The solution is utilized by the leading retailers in North America and Western Europe, including Amazon, Best Buy, Office Depot, Sears, Staples, Target, Toys-R-Us, Walmart and more.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $1M raised in November, 2010
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
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  47. The Daily Voice ($1M to $10M)

    The Daily Voice, formerly known as Main Street Connect, is a local news organization. We began in 2010 as a collection of local news sites. Since then, The Daily Voice has grown into a news network, employing award-winning editors and local reporters in towns across three states.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $7M raised in November, 2011
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  49. Digital.NYC (Less than $1M)

    Digital.NYC is the official online hub of the New York City digital and technology ecosystem, bringing together every company, investor, event, job, class, blog, video, workspace, accelerator, incubator, resource and organization in the five boroughs.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.3M raised in July, 2015
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  51. GlobalComix ($10M to $50M)

    GlobalComix is a free digital reading and distribution platform that helps creators and publishers share and sell their comics. GlobalComix helps readers understand the value of artistic labor and help creators earn cash in more consistent and flexible ways. Most importantly, GlobalComix promotes cross-cultural exchange and help comics fans and makers connect with each other in deeper, more insightful ways. Based in New York, New York.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.2M raised in December, 2020
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  53. KnowHowDo ($1M to $10M)

    KnowHowDo is a lifestyle learning content business. We have mastered the creation of high-quality learning content, focused on 'WANT-to-learn' not 'HAVE-to-learn' subjects to suit every lifestyle. Delivered through impactful brands, via incisive, diversified channels to market, we have sold close to a million courses and we are only getting started…. They are in the publishing industry.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1.2M raised in September, 2017
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

    Visit Website →


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  55. Adventr ($1M to $10M)

    Adventr provides its users with a platform to design, distribute, and analyze interactive, viewer-driven, video content. Its proprietary flagship product is a drag and drop SaaS network, which facilitates the creation and distribution of interactive video. Adventr’s viewers have the ability to make choices within the content, changing the video’s actions or responding to characters in real-time, improving engagement across all metrics. Its video content can be embedded or distributed via ad networks and publishers.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in February, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  57. Betterfly (ACQUIRED) ($10M to $50M)

    Betterfly is the world's most diverse marketplace for people who want to better themselves and others. We connect talented individuals, known as Betterists, directly with the people who want their skills - making it easy for people to learn, look and feel better. A better way to find the right people: You won't see any companies in our search results, just skilled people. Why? We think that knowing the name of a great teacher, trainer or stylist is more important than knowing the name of a great school, salon or spa. Our exclusive focus on people means users can search efficiently and find exactly who they're looking for. 1000+ ways to learn, look and feel better: Our Betterists offer fun, challenging, random and every day services in more categories than you can imagine. Take a class from a Pulitzer Prize winning photographer, try out a new look with a fantastic hairstylist or get that raise with the help of a career coach. You can do almost anything on Betterfly. Better. Together.: Betterfly is a lively community of people who believe in better. We come together because we know that better makes people happy. We connect, discuss, share tips, set goals, ask questions, meet up, build thriving businesses and celebrate better in all its forms Join us!.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1M raised in August, 2013
    • 3 founders
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  59. Crowdability ($10M to $50M)

    Crowdability conducts and compiles independent investment research on the emerging $300 billion market for Equity Crowdfunding. They provide original content, data and education as well as access to a panel of early-stage investing experts (VCs, professional angels, etc.). Their goal is to become the "Morningstar of Equity Crowdfunding.".

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1M raised in June, 2014
    • 2 founders
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  61. Kollabora (Less than $1M)

    Kollabora is a craft publishing platform that offers full service agency work ranging from creative and art direction, high quality content production (video and photo) for content marketing, media planning, and media distribution, helping established craft companies to understand trends early and to reach and engage over 2 million crafters between 20 and 40 years old. At the forefront of the maker movement, Kollabora is a diverse community of creative influencers including some of the most well-known and innovative DIYers, who love sharing high quality, fashion-forward content. Their headquarters are located in New York, New York.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $3.3M raised in January, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  63. Adomik ($1M to $10M)

    Adomik's objective is to resolve the growing complexity of managing digital advertising for all departments in publisher organizations, allowing them to improve their business performance and grow their revenue seamlessly. The Adomik platform automatically collects advertising data from all monetization partners, normalizes and enriches it with data science to provide holistic reporting, price management, lead generation and dynamic troubleshooting. Located in Paris, London, New York and Tokyo, Adomik works with top publishers in more than 20 markets.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $1.3M raised in May, 2013
    • 2 founders
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  65. Atari ($1M to $10M)

    Atari is a global producer, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment software for all market segments and all interactive game platforms including consoles from Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony, advanced smartphones, Personal Computers, web and online. Its games are sold in more than 60 countries through an international distribution network and direct to consumers via www.atari.com.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $4.5M raised in August, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  67. WordExcerpt (Less than $1M)

    WordExcerpt is a U.S. based company focused in the legal acquisition of eastern literary works, translating it into its English derivative edition. Our vision is to introduce groundbreaking works to set free into a world full of unbridled possibilities.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in December, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  69. Innovid ($50M to $100M)

    Innovid is the only independent omni-channel advertising and analytics platform built for television. Innovid empowers advertisers to personalize, deliver and measure the most innovative advertising experiences on any device and media outlet through a single platform.

    • $50M to $100M annual revenues
    • 251-500 employees
    • $30M raised in January, 2019
    • 3 founders
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  71. myinfoQ ($1M to $10M)

    myinfoQ's aim is to tag your everyday interests so you don't forget a thing!.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.1M raised in October, 2010
    • 2 founders
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  73. Spiegel & Grau ($10M to $50M)

    Spiegel & Grau is a multi-platform publisher of novel books in film or television or a podcast. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in New York, NY.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $4.6M raised in January, 2021
    • 2 founders
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  75. HODINKEE ($10M to $50M)

    HODINKEE is a robust media and retail platform by providing its respected point of view on industry news and releases, investing in engaging and creative storytelling, producing a designated podcast, printing a bi-annual publication, and launching and growing its own retail outlet, HODINKEE Shop. At its core, HODINKEE’s goal is to bring its readers and consumers the best in luxury products in a way that is approachable, authentic, and honest.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $40M raised in December, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  77. L2 ($10M to $50M)

    L2 was founded in 2010 on the belief that a brand's digital competency is inextricably linked to shareholder value. L2 uses proprietary research and tools, combined with academic rigor and progressive design, to provide managers with visibility into a brand's digital performance. L2 is tracking over 5,000 global brands and works with the prestige and consumer sectors' largest and most iconic enterprises and brands.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $16.5M raised in March, 2014
    • 3 founders
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  79. Capital New York ($1M to $10M)

    Capital is an online publication about how things work in New York. They'll be covering important people and institutions in politics, media, culture and business, with the aim of sustaining a conversation with a knowing audience about things they don't already know. The premise of Capital is that it is possible for a news website to do well by being good. There ability to succeed will depend on attracting and conversing with an extraordinary community of users, and on whether that community likes what we're doing.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1.7M raised in August, 2011
    • 2 founders
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  81. Press4Kids (Less than $1M)

    News-O-Matic is a transformative reading resource in the fast-growing $8.4 billion EdTech industry, addressing the K–8 market (40+ million students in US). Its proprietary platform engages students daily and improves literacy proficiency at home and in the classroom. Kids read News-O-Matic on average 4 times a week. The interactive app has exploded in popularity as schools have discovered and tested it. News-O-Matic’s impact is stunning: reading proficiency grew by 26% in pilot classes. News-O-Matic has been started by a stellar team combining more than 45 years of educational and entrepreneurial expertise (Founder sold his previous company to Microsoft).

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1M raised in April, 2014
    • 2 founders
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  83. PadSquad (Less than $1M)

    PadSquad is a mobile software company focused on the intersection of digital content and advertising on mobile devices. Its proprietary mobile responsive software combines high-end user experiences and viewable rich media advertising to deliver meaningful results measured and proven with an extensive suite of analytics. They infuse creativity and emerging ad tech into immersive, consumer-friendly mobile rich advertising experiences. The company is providing its brand partners with innovative ad formats and features at scale within premium publisher environments. PadSquad was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in New York City.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.7M raised in March, 2016
    • 1 founder
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  85. Def Jam Recordings ($10M to $50M)

    Def Jam Recordings is a music company based out of 1755 Broadway, New York, New York, United States. Def Jam is a subsidiary of Universal Music Group. Def Jam was founded by producers Rick Rubin and Russell Simmons in 1984. The pair helped bring hip-hop into the mainstream with artists including the Beastie Boys and LL Cool J.Def Jam Recordings is a publishing company.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $0.1M raised in June, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  87. Readymag ($1M to $10M)

    Readymag is a web-based tool that enables its users to create websites, presentations, digital magazines, and more. It supports creative professionals to create their products using its online drag and drop editor. Readymag was launched in 2012 and is based in New York, United States.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.5M raised in April, 2015
    • 3 founders
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  89. Timescape (Less than $1M)

    Timescape is a data-visualization platform for storytelling using geospatial data in time and with the ability to draw relationships between them. It is designed to help organizations drive an effective engagement and collaboration with their audience and stakeholders by being able to easily demonstrate the impact of their work and campaigns via simple and compelling data-driven interactive visualizations. Organizations can use Timescape to further extend their data and stories, by leveraging crowd-sourced contributions from communities and individuals via this platform. Its dynamic and conversational social layer allows the communities to sustain and continue the engagement.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in July, 2012
    • 2 founders
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  91. AIIeyWatch (Less than $1M)

    AIIeyWatch is an online platform that offers news and information on the cultural and technological advancements on the startup industry.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.1M raised in October, 2012
    • 1 founder
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  93. RebelMouse (Less than $1M)

    RebelMouse is the first digital publishing platform that is fully wired for social. Its solution enables brands, media companies and individuals to create vibrant content experiences that build communities and continually reach and grow audiences across the social web. Unlike conventional approaches that focus on managing content workflows within specific channels, RebelMouse liberates content across sites, social, apps and ads, and amplifies engagement with intelligent recommendations, social calls to action, real-time trending alerts and more. Founded in 2012 by former Huffington Post CTO Andrea Breanna, RebelMouse's modern approach to traffic helped create huge online hits like Axios and The Dodo, while also relaunching existing publishers like PAPER Magazine and helping them "Break the Internet." RebelMouse also helps brands who want to act more like a media company, including helping United Airlines Hub become the most popular airline blog. For more information, visit rebelmouse.com and follow RebelMouse on Twitter at @rebelmouse.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $6M raised in April, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  95. Magzter ($1M to $10M)

    Magzter is the world's largest and fastest growing cross platform global digital magazine and book store and newsstand. Headquartered in New York, Magzter is registered as a Delaware C Corp. The Magzter app was launched in June 2011 and is available across multiple devices. Magzter stands out from other newsstands as it presents a unique revenue-share based business model to publishers, making it easy for them to distribute digital editions of their magazines globally with NO upfront cost. This has resulted in 3000+ publishers uploading their content on Magzter and a staggering 6750+ magazines to choose from. Magzter is the only self-service newsstand that offers publishers a host of special tools that simplifies the digital publishing process; along with its proprietary Orey Click Publishing® System, it has facilitated the move from print to digital for publication houses the world over through a one touch process. Magzter also creates individual branded apps for publishers and service providers enabling them to stay connected with their target audiences at all times. Pushing boundaries with technology and staying true to the cause of digital publishing; Magzter gives its users a world-class reading experience. Magzter is the ultimate way to browse, buy, and read content on your tablet or smartphone; whether it is Apple (iPad/iPhone/iPod) or Android (Samsung Galaxy, Motorola Xoom, Dell Streak, Google Nexus-S, etc.), Windows 8 or just on the web using your browser at www.magzter.com Magzter is also available on storefronts such as the Amazon App Store. Magzter also has launched a path-breaking “All you can read” subscription service called Magzter GOLD on Jan 19, 2015 which gives its readers unlimited access to 3000s of magazines for a low monthly price. To know more about Magzter GOLD, click here: www.magzter.com/magztergold Go mobile with Magzter and enjoy your favorite magazines anytime, anywhere. Save paper, trees and the environment with us at Magzter!.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $10M raised in December, 2013
    • 4 founders
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  97. Hinted (Less than $1M)

    Hinted is a essentially the Spotify of Shopping. Users love keeping track of what they want on shoppable lists, discovering what's trending and browsing and buying. Hinted has quickly taken off, with over 325,000 users since it started, and is the go-to social shopping platform for aspirational Millennial shoppers who love to share their taste and preferences. Hinted lets users add items and experiences with a single click of the share icon. They love it as a way of shopping with friends, since Hinted lets them follow friends, influencers and tastemakers. Hinted is the brainchild of Lucy Danziger, the former Editor-in-Chief of SELF magazine, a respected content creator, lifestyle and consumer and wellbeing expert. Danziger says: "If you want to know what a woman wants, just ask her. Hinted lets her express her current desires, architect her future self, and invest in that vision, one wish list at a time. If Pinterest takes you back to where that picture came from, and Instagram is your current status, then Hinted is like a list of what you need to create the future you. Instagram is the baked cake and Hinted is the ingredients list of what you need to create it." Hinted is shopping community that allows you to add experiences, items, charitable donations, and cut down on the waste generated when gifts get returned. Hinted launched the #NoReturns challenge this holiday to cut down on the planet's natural resources used in shipping the wrong gifts. Hinted's content is currently featured on Good Morning America's website twice a week. Hinted is growing via 100 Campus Ambassadors who spread the word on campuses from UVA to UCLA and 75 colleges across the country.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.8M raised in January, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  98. Sailthru ($10M to $50M)

    Sailthru helps modern marketers acquire, grow, and retain customers. With over 1.6Bn global consumer profiles under management, Sailthru's powerful suite of connected capabilities – including high-performance email, onsite personalization, mobile marketing automation, and unique integrations powering new customer acquisition – drives higher revenue, improves customer lifetime value, and reduces churn. The world's most innovative publishers, including Business Insider, Refinery29 and Mashable, and the world's fastest-growing e-commerce companies, including Rent The Runway, JustFab, and Alex and Ani, trust Sailthru to help them succeed. Founded in 2008, Sailthru's exceptional group of investors include Benchmark, RRE Ventures, DFJ Gotham, Scale Venture Partners, and AOL Ventures.Sailthru is a publishing company, with their headquarters located in New York, New York.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $20M raised in December, 2013
    • 2 founders
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  100. Giphy ($10M to $50M)

    Giphy is an American online database and search engine that allows users to search, share, and discover the best GIFs. It operates a search engine that enables users to search, share, and discover animated graphics interchange formats (GIFs) on the Internet. Animated GIFs have existed for decades, but there was still no good way to browse and discover the best the web had to offer. And the vision for GIPHY isn’t really just about finding GIFs. It’s a search engine today but soon you’ll see it grow into a community, a platform with a host of features targeted at gif artists, enthusiasts, bloggers, and anyone generally looking to discover or create that next big meme. It was founded in 2013 and headquartered in New York, United States.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $72M raised in October, 2016
    • 2 founders
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  102. Really Simple ($1M to $10M)

    Really Simple develops and operates an online community and a blog. It operates Designer Pages, an online community for designers to search, save, and share product information in architecture and design; and 3rings, a blog that focuses on products and materials for the professional design trade. The company was incorporated in 2006 and is based in New York, New York.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.2M raised in May, 2015
    • 2 founders
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  104. Booklr (Less than $1M)

    Booklr is a realtime data & analytics platform that delivers actionable insights to book publishers about their market, customers, and retail partners.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.5M raised in January, 2011
    • 2 founders
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  105. Radish ($1M to $10M)

    Radish is a mobile fiction platform for serialized storytelling. Its wide variety of stories are published and read in bite-sized installments optimized for the smartphone reader. Radish is revolutionizing the way that stories are consumed and produced. Readers can access thousand of serials across genres and connect directly with their favorite storytellers in live community chat rooms. Authors can publish their own original stories, revive backlist titles with a young, mobile readership, and pre-release upcoming books to build advanced buzz—the opportunities are endless!.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $63.2M raised in August, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  107. How to Help (Less than $1M)

    If you're like us, your digital life is one big, fast news feed. Some of this news is messed up. How to Help works in the news cycle to connect you with ways to do something about the day's big stories.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in January, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  109. TRAFFIQ (Less than $1M)

    TRAFFIQ is an end-to-end digital media planning and buying platform with offices in New York, Virginia, and Colombia, MD. Founded in 2006, they have built a self-service management platform that provides advertisers and publishers efficiency, cost savings and complete control over budgets, revenue and campaign management. Over the years, they have helped streamline the media planning and buying process by providing a comprehensive suite of tools that enable speedy negotiations for all deal points, centralized ad operations including trafficking, tracking and optimization, reconciliation and billing all communications take place within the TRAFFIQ platform. From their launch in 2006, they have doubled their staff as well as their marketplace. Today, their marketplace offers over 100 billion impressions, daily, from 2,200 brand name and quality niche publishers across the globe, to more than 400 leading agencies and advertisers. At any given point, they facilitate access to millions of dollars in reserved RFP budgets, and many more in available media budgets. Their award-winning platform has no upfront costs or hidden fees. Sellers pay a fixed percent commission on ads sold; and advertisers pay for only the cost of media. TRAFFIQ was recently named #50 on the Inc. 500 list of America's Fastest Growing Companies.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $4M raised in August, 2010
    • 1 founder
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  111. Bitly ($10M to $50M)

    Bitly is a link management platform that helps brands deliver and measure their marketing efforts across all channels. Through branded bitlinks, mobile deep linking, and omnichannel campaign tracking, the platform offers a complete marketing solution to drive customer experiences. Using HTTP 301 redirects for its links, companies can use their own custom domains to generate shortened links. This allows the company to push brand awareness on services such as Twitter but use the Bitly engine to generate the shortened URLs and track marketing metrics. Bitly was launched in July 2008 and is based in New York, United States with additional offices in San Francisco and Denver.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $63M raised in July, 2017
    • 4 founders
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  113. Writer's Bloq (Less than $1M)

    Writer's Bloq is the first ever book accelerator. We function as a publicity partner, helping our authors get discovered through creative spunk and digital dazzling.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in January, 2012
    • 2 founders
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  115. NewsCred ($10M to $50M)

    NewsCred develops and operates a content marketing platform for marketers. It provides access to licensed content from various publishers. NewsCred also offers NewsRoom, a freelance-based newswire service to provide content from various journalists, photographers, videographers, and designers. Moreover, it offers content and social analytics, audience insights and targeting, influencer and competitor tracking, and custom reporting solutions; and social and Web publishing, social listening and engagement, paid social and native advertising, and integrations and data consolidation. Further, NewsCred offers Content Marketing Maturity Index to help brands assess their content marketing and improve strategy, as well as provide marketers with tailored recommendations to enhance their content strategy. Asif Rahman, Iraj Islam, and Shafqat Islam founded it in 2008, with its headquarters in New York City.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $20M raised in July, 2019
    • 3 founders
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  117. MagFirst (Less than $1M)

    MagFirst is an apps company based in New York, New York.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $10M raised in February, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  119. Scientific Media ($10M to $50M)

    Scientific Media, Inc. is a dynamic startup company that specializes in innovative mobile communications solutions. The company was founded by Stefan Gromoll and Kenneth M. Lanzetta in January 2007, was selected a co-winner of the Stony Brook University DARE entrepreneurial competition in May 2007, and was awarded Small Business Innovation Research Phase 1, 1b, and 2 grants by the National Science Foundation in January 2008, April 2008, and February 2009, respectively.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1.2M raised in March, 2010
    • 2 founders
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  121. Further ($1M to $10M)

    Further was founded to fulfill a social mission: re-empowering original journalism. We are an integrated digital media company dedicated to developing advanced platform technologies and premium marketing solutions for publishers, journalists and brands. A publishing company. Based in New York, New York.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in May, 2014
    • 1 founder
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  123. TreePress ($1M to $10M)

    TreePress started in response to challenges Adrienne experienced in her classroom: an acute lack of playscripts available for schools. These issues were only ripples of a bigger problem: a fractured, broken publishing model. Theatres, playwrights and teachers have long written inspiring material, yet are unable to publish and distribute it because it doesn’t meet the commercial profile of a professional stage. Administration costs prevent publishers from capitalising on the "long tail" of publishing - high volume, low value transactions that schools require. This fractured ecosystem has compromised the quality of performing arts: lowering education outcomes, the creative economy and our cultural identity. Based in New York, New York.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in June, 2016
    • 2 founders
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  125. PR Newswire ($100M to $500M)

    PR Newswire offers news and information distribution services for professional communicators. The company offers solutions that allow users to target and engage audiences; deliver messages quickly and accurately; and measure, monitor, and analyze them. It offers solutions to target the right journalists, bloggers, and media outlets that are specifically looking for news related to customers’ industries; distribute press releases, content, and corporate announcements; monitor pickups and buzzes surrounding brands, competitors, and industries; engage with the audience to get more out of communication; and measure and analyze communications to make data-driven business decisions. PR Newswire also provides Agility, an integrated communications and workflow platform that offers media monitoring and targeting as well as real-time engagement tools with content distribution capabilities for marketing and communication professionals. Additionally, it offers pre-transaction, transaction, and post-transaction; filing; disclosure; and financial print and typesetting services. PR Newswire was founded in 1954 and is based in New York, United States. It operates as a subsidiary of UBM Plc.

    • $100M to $500M annual revenues
    • 1001-5000 employees
    • $0.1M raised in April, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  127. Ology Media ($1M to $10M)

    Ology is a social discovery and networking site built for consumers to share content and conversation around their interests and passions. Both users and Ology's talented and hilarious editorial staff creates content that spans music, film, TV, celebrity, geek, sports, humor, politics, as well as countless other niche passions and topics. Ology's mission is to put people's passions at their fingertips by bringing them closer to the things they love and closer to others who share those interests.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.2M raised in May, 2013
    • 2 founders
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  129. E-Line Media (Less than $1M)

    E-Line Media is a publisher of game-based learning products and services that engage, educate and empower, helping to prepare youth for lives and careers in the 21st century. E-Line works with leading foundations, academics, nonprofits and government agencies to harness the power of games for learning, health and social impact. They are a publishing company. Based in New York, New York.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $5M raised in March, 2016
    • 2 founders
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  131. LiftDNA (Less than $1M)

    LiftDNA is the only yield optimization platform that is a first party to the publisher's ad server, and is the industry's most advanced yield optimization platform for publishers. We believe that maximizing demand competition for every impression is the key to maximizing revenue yield for publishers. We also believe that the publisher's ad server is where the data and value should remain. With direct ad server integration, LiftDNA derives unparalleled insight for data-driven optimization, audience segmentation and performance-driven campaign management.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.4M raised in February, 2011
    • 3 founders
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  133. CenterPoint Media ($1M to $10M)

    CenterPoint Media Are An Online Marketing Company Based In New York City. They Help Brands Understand And Engage With Their Customers In The Most Cost Effective Way.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.1M raised in April, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  135. Ontodia ($10M to $50M)

    Ontodia, Inc., is an open data solutions firm based in New York City. Ontodia provides solutions for unlocking the potential of open data, for governments of all sizes, and sectors that utilize open data. Our open data services include open data publishing, data wrangling, and data visualization.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.4M raised in August, 2013
    • 2 founders
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  137. The Flip Side (Less than $1M)

    The Flip Side is on a mission to help bridge the gap between liberals and conservatives.The company daily sents a 5-minute email consisting of smart, concise summaries of political analysis from both conservative and liberal media, enabling customers to get a more balanced view from across the ideological spectrum.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.5M raised in December, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  139. Upworthy (Less than $1M)

    Lots of media companies have a mission. But Upworthy is on a mission to change what the world pays attention to. We believe that stories about important issues can and should be great stories — stories for everyone, stories that connect us and sometimes even change the world —because we’re all part of the same story.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $8M raised in September, 2013
    • 2 founders
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  141. DWNLD (Less than $1M)

    DWNLD is a publishing platform that takes any website and seamlessly turns it into an app. It allows any web publisher to easily transfer all of their content over to a native app, without any coding skills whatsoever. The platform hopes to cash in on the trend of more and more publishers turning to native apps in lieu of mobile web sites. DWNLD was built to help media companies or brands or really anyone with a web presence to build those apps and submit them to the Apple App Store and Google Play market. They're in the publishing sector.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $12M raised in September, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  143. Yieldbot ($10M to $50M)

    Yieldbot is a true technology company aiming to do nothing short of revolutionize the way media value is created for consumers, brands and publishers. They strive to consistently outperform expectations creating a better, more relevant web with their technology. In so doing, they believe they will enable the media industry to realize its true value for all three of the constituents that make the web what it is, and what it will become.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $35M raised in August, 2016
    • 2 founders
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  145. SANDOW ($50M to $100M)

    SANDOW was founded by visionary entrepreneur Adam Sandow in 2003 with the goal of building a truly innovative media company that would reinvent the traditional publishing model. Today, SANDOW is a fully integrated solutions platform that includes leading content, tools, and services, powering innovation for the design and luxury industries. Its diverse portfolio of media assets includes Interior Design, Luxe Interiors + Design, Galerie, and NewBeauty. Materials Innovation brands include global materials consultancy, Material ConneXion, and game-changing material sampling, logistics and sustainability platform, Material Bank. SANDOW brands also include research and strategy firm, ThinkLab. In 2019, SANDOW was selected by the New York Economic Development Council of New York to become the official operator or NYCxDESIGN Week, beginning in 2020.

    • $50M to $100M annual revenues
    • 251-500 employees
    • $13M raised in May, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  147. Purch ($50M to $100M)

    Purch is a digital publishing and marketplace platform uniquely positioned at the intersection of content, commerce and customer. By combining in-depth product reviews, comparisons, and services with industry leading publisher tech, Purch creates a seamless connection between intent-based buyers and sellers. The company generates more than $1billion annually in facilitated commerce through its tech, shopping, lifestyle and SMB brands, including Tom’s Guide, Top Ten Reviews, ShopSavvy and Business.com. With more than 1,200 product categories, Purch is #1 for buying advice for more than 100 million people each month.

    • $50M to $100M annual revenues
    • 251-500 employees
    • $135M raised in June, 2015
    • 3 founders
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  149. Business Insider ($100M to $500M)

    Business Insider is an online platform that offers the latest business, celebrity, and technology news across America. The platform also covers technology, finance, politics, strategy, life, sports, and more. The site also provides and analyzes business news and acts as an aggregator of top news stories from around the web. It also offers in-depth insight, data and analysis of the digital landscape, from e-commerce and payments to the Internet of Things and fintech. Business Insider was founded by Kevin Ryan and Henry Blodget in May 2007 and is based in New York, United States.

    • $100M to $500M annual revenues
    • 501-1000 employees
    • $25M raised in January, 2015
    • 2 founders
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  151. VDP ($1M to $10M)

    VDP (Valensas Digital Publishing) is an Apple based platform which allows publishers to quickly and easily publish their content to iOS and Android platforms without developing any code. 

Publishers can create and distribute content, add interactivity, create rich galleries and generate new revenue streams such as mobile advertising, copy sales, subscriptions and sponsorships. VDP Manager, the GUI based desktop management tool contains many native elements that allow ease of use and interactivity simply by drag and drop. The platform is free to use and allows publishers start testing immediately without any commitment.VDP A publishing company.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.2M raised in August, 2010
    • 2 founders
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  153. Jumo Health ($1M to $10M)

    Jumo Health develops age-appropriate, educational resources for patients and caregivers for use throughout their medical journey. It works with providers, manufacturers, and advocacy groups, to ensure resources are available at the moment of diagnosis, during a treatment regimen, or while participating in a clinical trial. The company was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in New York, United States.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2.5M raised in April, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  155. YIMBY ($10M to $50M)

    New York YIMBY is the go-to resource for cutting-edge information on new development in New York City. Covering construction and public works projects from ideation through completion, YIMBY keeps the pulse of the city’s real estate, architecture, and construction trades. YIMBY counts New York’s most influential architects, developers, and real estate executives among its 100,000 unique monthly users. Its audience is affluent, 75% male, college/grad school educated and located in the New York City region.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.3M raised in September, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  156. VinePair ($1M to $10M)

    VinePair operates an online platform that enables wine consumers to discuss, share, and understand about wine and other beverages. It offers weekly titles, newsletters, blogs, and many others. The company was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in New York, United States.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1.5M raised in February, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  158. Food52 ($10M to $50M)

    Food52 is an online portal that provides a curated shop, content and community for kitchen and home enthusiasts. It is a growing community of 13M cooks and home enthusiasts and a one-stop-shop where individuals can be inspired by great ideas and find the tools and tips to bring them to life. The company is driven by a mission to reimagine every room in the house and remake everything in it. It was founded in 2009 by Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $83M raised in October, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  160. Complex ($100M to $500M)

    Complex is an online magazine that features articles about music, styles, pop culture, sports, and sneakers. It is the premier multi-media platform for the most influential young male consumers. This discerning audience is driven by style, music, sneakers, sports, games, gear, and girls. Complex initially reaches these ahead-of-trend influencers through its uniquely credible, authentic viewpoint and is further amplified by its unparalleled social influence. In April 2016, Complex was jointly acquired by Verizon Communications and Hearst Corporation. At the center of the Complex platform, their flagship site, Complex.com, thrives as the online incarnation of the influential Complex Magazine. Proven the voice of the people that matter — Complex has become the go-to resource for the people that matter in an ever-evolving lifestyle. Complex.com is a consumer portal into a complex lifestyle and gives users access to the most definitive and unique content by allowing them to deep dive into their passion points and obsessions. Complex was launched in 2000 in New York, United States.

    • $100M to $500M annual revenues
    • 501-1000 employees
    • $21M raised in September, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  162. Infomous (Less than $1M)

    The best way for users to navigate and explore online content. We show you what's trending, you choose what's relevant. Publishers use Infomous to drive user engagement and to increase circulation of their content.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.5M raised in May, 2013
    • 1 founder
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  163. China Elite Focus Magazines LLC ($1M to $10M)

    Founded in 2008 in Hong Kong by Pierre Gervois, CEO and Founder, China Elite Focus Limited publishes the prestigious "STC magazine" (The Shanghai Travelers' Club magazine), the leading luxury travel magazine about the United States for very affluent Chinese travelers. http://issuu.com/chinaelitefocus/stacks/a19a258976db4278a3252836af3c6f37 The STC magazine is a digital publication reaching 180,000 very affluent Chinese global travelers, including 20% of Chinese-Americans Businesspeople. The STC magazine is digitally distributed on the App store (iPad and iPhone), Android mobile devices (through the Issuu App), on selected airlines and private jets, at Kempiski and Hilton selected hotels, on "Le Kiosk" digital newsstand and on the "Lounge Up" App. In november 2013, China Elite Focus Limited opened an office in New York City (China Elite Focus Magazines LLC).

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.1M raised in December, 2013
    • 1 founder
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  165. AWA Studios (Less than $1M)

    AWA Studios is a creative business that offers deals for creators and purchasing terms for comic retailers. The company gives creators the opportunity and incentives to work on two stories; one that the creator owns and one that AWA owns. This quid pro quo deal is a fair deal in the industry. In the case of the creator-owned stories, the artists and writers own the intellectual property rights in their work and receive generous per-page payment. This gives creators the opportunity to have a stake in their work, as well as the means to take creative risks. Creators who contribute to AWA-owned stories receive publishing and licensing royalty payments for their individual series, participation in a common royalty pool, and an option to purchase shares of AWA common stock. They are a publishing company.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $5M raised in October, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  167. Pixable ($10M to $50M)

    Pixable shows you what you need to see today. Get an instant view of the photos and videos shared on your social networks, plus the trending stories you'll want to pass along to friends - all in one place. Pixable, founded in 2009, is a start-up headquartered in SoHo, NYC with MIT roots. The company has enabled more than 6 million users to manage and enjoy their online photos. On September 18, 2012, Pixable was acquired by SingTel as a part of their Digital L!fe Group, which focuses on fostering new digital growth engines to bring the latest digital technologies to their customers and compete in new markets and adjacent industries. The company's free application offers a unique, personalized browsing experience by aggregating photos from your different social networks along with trending stories curated by its world-class editorial team. Pixable has been featured in The New York Times, BBC, ABC, NBC, Newsweek, CNN, USA Today, Mashable, Tech Crunch and The Atlantic Magazine. It was also highlighted as one of the coolest companies to work for by Time Out Magazine.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $3.6M raised in April, 2011
    • 3 founders
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  169. EX.CO ($10M to $50M)

    EX.CO (formerly known as Playbuzz) is the leading technology used by brands and publishers worldwide to drive business results through impactful content. EX.CO has two product lines: Channels by EX.CO is a content-driven in-stream video solution for publishers that helps drive revenue.The EX.CO Platform is a technology that enables brands and publishers to create interactive content that increases engagement, dwell times and conversion rates.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $35M raised in September, 2017
    • 2 founders
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  171. Zola Books ($1M to $10M)

    Zola Books powers The Everywhere Store and Bookish Recommends - enabling discovery and retail of every book in every format everywhere.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $3.4M raised in March, 2016
    • 1 founder
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  173. Smashpipe Magazine (Less than $1M)

    Smashpipe Magazine is a content and publishing company based in New York, New York.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in December, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  175. Capture Media (Less than $1M)

    Capture has created a platform for news and media publishers to search, request and publish users social media photos/videos on their websites, tv stations and other properties.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $3M raised in July, 2014
    • 3 founders
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  177. Zinio LLC ($1M to $10M)

    ZINIO brings innovation and inspiration to the world of magazine publishers and consumers by delivering the ultimate digital reading experience on any device. As pioneers of the digital publishing industry for over a decade, ZINIO leads the digital magazine market in breadth of content and accessibility on any platform. For magazine publishers, ZINIOpro converts print magazines to digital content through a SaaS platform that converts PDF to XML, offering publishers complete flexibility in managing and delivering their content in branded, native magazine applications for tablet, smartphone and desktop, in searchable article databases, or on the growing network of ZINIOpro distribution partners. For magazine consumers, ZINIO operates online newsstands and award-winning iOS, Android, Windows and Kindle apps in more than 30 languages, providing the broadest selection of digital magazines accessible on any platform that can be read online or offline, synced across multiple devices and searched for archival content.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $20M raised in November, 2011
    • 2 founders
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  179. EntryPoint ($1M to $10M)

    Entrypoint promises an unparalleled immersive web experience with unique applications for everyone from publishers to advertisers to retailers. Creators use our intuitive software to add custom, interactive experiences layered on top of their pre-recorded live-action footage, animations, and 360 livestreams. This enables imaginative storytelling, advertising, and e-commerce possibilities. Once finished, the experience lives on a simple URL, enabling it to be viewed on smartphones and desktop and shareable through social networks. While consumers engage with the content, extensive consumer engagement data is collected to help content-producers make their stories even more compelling.EntryPoint is in the publishing industry.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $2M raised in January, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  181. StyleCaster ($1M to $10M)

    StyleCaster is the leading digital media & technology platform for fashion, beauty and lifestyle. Through four owned and operated properties, as well as the newly patented Makeover Solutions technology, StyleCaster enables women to discover and share their style. StyleCaster works with brands to re-create the native advertising approach, in order to engage with women who care about the way they look and feel.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $1M raised in November, 2011
    • 6 founders
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  183. Freethink Media ($1M to $10M)

    Freethink Media is a creative media company for the people and ideas that are changing their world. The company is focused on informing, challenging, and inspiring the next generation of leaders. Each day, they release new videos and articles featuring passionate innovators who are solving humanity’s biggest challenges by thinking differently. It was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in New York, NY, United States.Freethink Media A publishing company.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $4M raised in December, 2019
    • 4 founders
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  185. Tracx ($1M to $10M)

    The Tracx Social Media Management System (SMMS) empowers agencies and brands with a highly advanced set of business analytics solutions designed to grow revenue and deepen customer relationships through the social web. Tracx has engineered the most powerful real-time social data analytics architecture that runs relevancy analysis and data mining technologies to simplify social analytics and help you understand what it all means. Tracx refines masses of raw data across all social media channels, turning the posts and interactions into complete conversations with full intelligence around each participant. The platform provides deep insights into customer, competitor and influencer behaviors, highlighting essential marketing intelligence and business opportunities. Their innovative, cloud based solution lets you cover all social media requirements from the strategic planning, to the engagement, the daily conversation volumes and drivers, through to a full reporting suite with ROI capabilities. In addition to brand level activity, Tracx also manages campaign level activity allowing you to optimize your efforts throughout the campaign life-cycle. Tracx’s client base of over 350 brands and agencies includes Kraft, BMW, Canon, Coca Cola, Pearson, IKEA, MEC, Ford. They're in the publishing sector.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $12.5M raised in January, 2017
    • 5 founders
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  187. Quartz ($10M to $50M)

    Quartz is a digitally native news outlet, born in 2012, for business people in the new global economy. We publish bracingly creative and intelligent journalism with a broad worldview, built primarily for the devices closest at hand: tablets and mobile phones. Like Wired in the 1990s and The Economist in the 1840s, Quartz embodies the era in which it is being created. The financial crisis that recently engulfed much of the world wasn’t just a cyclical decline or a correction or even a bubble bursting. It was a breaking point. And its shockwaves exposed a fundamentally changed economic order with new leaders and ways of doing business.Quartz A publishing company, with their headquarters located in New York, New York.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $0.2M raised in November, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  189. Seen ($1M to $10M)

    Seen’s mission is to connect people more deeply to the world and their collective stories by making every event visible. New tools for a new type of media, Seen identifies signal in the noise of the real time web, reconstructing stories from their social data. At the heart of Seen is an engine that can automatically surface real-time trends within feeds. Seen is built on Google award-winning research, and was selected as one of the first companies for The New York Times incubator initiative, [TimeSpace](http://www.nytimes.com/timespace).Seen is a publishing company.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1.3M raised in November, 2014
    • 2 founders
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  191. First Look Media ($10M to $50M)

    Launched by eBay founder and philanthropist Pierre Omidyar, First Look Media (FLM) is built on the belief that freedom of expression and of the press, and fiercely independent perspectives, are vital to a healthy democracy and a vibrant culture. Through its award-winning entertainment studio, Topic, FLM develops, produces and finances content for all screens including feature films, television, digital series and podcasts. First Look’s entertainment business supports the work of its nonprofit side, which is home to The Intercept, dedicated to fearless, adversarial journalism; Field of Vision, the filmmaker-driven documentary unit; and The Press Freedom Defense Fund, supporting journalists, filmmakers and others challenging actions that restrict press freedoms and impede access to information of public concern.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $50M raised in December, 2013
    • 1 founder
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  193. Tango Publishing ($10M to $50M)

    Tango Publishing Corporation, also known as Tango Media Corporation, operates a love and relationships community. Its community enables users to learn, affirm, share, and connect on love and relationships matters. The company’s community also features information on dating, what men think, couplehood, relationship challenges, sex, breakups and divorce, celebrity, and lifestyle. In addition, it offers real, relatable text, and video content. The company was incorporated in 2002 and is based in New York.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $0.7M raised in July, 2013
    • 1 founder
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  195. LAUNCH KIDS (Less than $1M)

    LAUNCH KIDS provides toddlers to tweens with inspiring math instruction and STEM-based camps and workshops. Launch offers a unique approach to math and science education by providing kids with tangible links between the science of everyday life and the world of mathematics to successfully stimulate a child’s motivation to learn. At Launch, children learn the relevance of math in the real world. By engaging kids with fun, real world activities that illustrate math’s connection to the science-related subjects they love, they become passionate about learning mathematics. And when kids are excited about learning, improved grades are a welcome and achievable result.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $12.5M raised in February, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  197. Scout ($10M to $50M)

    Scout is the Web's leading source for the collegiate team and recruiting news, as well as football and basketball prospect evaluation and rankings. Scout.com owns the largest and most in-depth database of high school athletes on the web. Scout provides a competitive compensation package with full medical, vision, and dental, plus ample PTO to support work balance. It was founded in 2001 and headquartered in New York, United States.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $0.1M raised in July, 2015
    • 2 founders
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  199. LiveIntent ($100M to $500M)

    LiveIntent is a people-based marketing technology platform changing the way over 2,000 of the world's largest brands and publishers think about email. The LiveIntent platform transforms email from something you send and receive into the simplest, most powerful way to resolve identity and market to people in a mobile-first world. It becomes your superpower, generating a private customer graph that can augment everything from acquisition to attribution while driving incremental product sales and revenue. LiveIntent is headquartered in NYC, with offices in Berlin, Chicago, Copenhagen, Austin, Detroit, Los Angeles, and the UK, serving as home to 170 people and counting. .

    • $100M to $500M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $32.5M raised in June, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  201. Dynamic Yield ($1M to $10M)

    Dynamic Yield is an AI-powered Personalization Anywhere™ platform that delivers individualized experiences at every customer touchpoint: web, apps, email, kiosks, IoT, and call centers. The platform’s data management capabilities provide for a unified view of the customer, allowing the rapid and scalable creation of highly targeted digital interactions. Marketers, product managers, and engineers use Dynamic Yield daily for launching new personalization campaigns, running server-side and client-side A/B tests, leveraging machine-learning for product and content recommendations, and employing algorithms for smartly triggered email and push notifications. Headquartered in New York, the company serves more than 300 brands across the world. They are a publishing company. Based in New York, New York.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $38M raised in November, 2018
    • 4 founders
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  203. The Guardian ($1M to $10M)

    The Guardian is a British national daily newspaper that covers news, sports, business, opinion, analysis, reviews, and much more. It was published to promote the liberal interests in the aftermath of the Peterloo Massacre and the growing campaign to repeal the Corn Laws that flourished in Manchester. Since launching its U.S. and Australia digital editions in 2011 and 2013 respectively, traffic from outside of the U.K. now represents over two-thirds of The Guardian’s total digital audience. It was first published in 1821 and is based in New York, N.Y.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1001-5000 employees
    • $3M raised in June, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  205. DEV ($10M to $50M)

    DEV is a community of software developers getting together to help one another out. The software industry relies on collaboration and networked learning. We provide a place for that to happen.their application is open source, meaning you can inspect every little detail of the code, or chip in yourself,they are working to make our platform available for anyone to stand up similar communities in any niche or passion.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $11.5M raised in November, 2019
    • 3 founders
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  207. Esquire (Less than $1M)

    Esquire is a publishing company that offers the latest news headlines, political developments, celebrity interviews, and men's fashion advice. It was founded in 1933 and headquartered in New York, United States.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $17.2M raised in December, 2014
    • 2 founders
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  209. JW Player ($50M to $100M)

    JW Player offers an advanced and flexible media player for publishing videos, running video ads, and streaming web content. It offers consistent viewing experience in HTML5 and Flash, across mobile, tablet, and desktop platforms. The player also enables its users to customize their experience, creating their own video-page interactions, adjust video quality between high definition and standard definition, access and add multi-language support, and more. Further, JW Player supports video playback and advertising on Chromecast connected devices, multi-screen VAST-compliant advertising, and lean back video viewing experience.

    • $50M to $100M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $20.1M raised in January, 2016
    • 4 founders
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  211. SocialFlow ($1M to $10M)

    SocialFlow is a social distribution and monetization platform that is purpose-built for media companies. Their technology enables the world’s most successful publishers to easily distribute engaging social content while providing them monetization opportunities across multiple social networks. Their publishing software is used by tens of thousands of journalists across the world and extends the reach and engagement of editorial content and stories to the social sphere. SocialFlow’s advertising products help publishers create new revenue streams from their social efforts. With native solutions and AttentionStream sponsored post ads, SocialFlow helps media companies leverage the unmatched scale and distribution of social channels. Founded in 2009 and based in New York, SocialFlow’s client roster includes half of the top 150 media companies including Condé Nast, Meredith, The Associated Press, CNN, and the BBC.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $3.3M raised in September, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  213. Remedy Health Media ($50M to $100M)

    Remedy Health Media is an operator of a digital health platform intended to provide health-related information that produces, publishes, and distributes health magazines to consumers and caregivers. It offers content, tools, and real stories related to consumer health and wellness through the development of authentic communities of health information seekers who can interact and learn from a relatable physician, pharmacist, public health, and patient experts that enable the customers to make informed choices about their health and well-being. The company's mission is to empower patients and caregivers with the information and applications needed to efficiently navigate the healthcare landscape and as a result, to permit better health outcomes through the use of its products and services. Remedy Health Media was established in 1994 and is headquartered in New York.

    • $50M to $100M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $12M raised in November, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  214. The Markup ($1M to $10M)

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    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $20M raised in September, 2018
    • 2 founders
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