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Three founders niched down on this hot topic as a side project right after the pandemic began. They focused on SEO for growth, and sold two years later.
While most community publications either fold or are acquired by media conglomerates, The Coast managed to find a buyer that was also invested in providing quality local journalism.
A husband-and-wife team launched a daily newsletter about the hotel industry nearly 3 decades ago, and sold in 2021 to industry travel site Skift.
Jacqui Boland founded Red Tricycle while pregnant with her first child. Ten years later, after raising venture capital, she sold it to a parenting platform.
Seeing the opportunity presented by a 2018 Supreme Court court ruling, two sports media founders joined forces to capitalize on new markets — and their bet paid off.
After more than 15 years with Warner Bros., former lawyer and media personality Harvey Levin took his celebrity news operation TMZ to Fox Corporation
Launched as a side hustle, Hot Pod became Nick Quah’s full-time job after less than a year. After six years of growth, he sold to Vox Media.
How did this down-to-earth guy with no previous media experience build such a valuable company? Here’s how Sam Parr became one of the leading voices in entrepreneurship.