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Partners

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  • Media Take Out – “The Most Visited Black Website in the World.”
  • Gossip Girls – “Celebrity and Entertainment News Leaders.”
  • Page Six – The gossip section of the New York Post.
  • Egotastic – “The Sexy Side of Celebrity Gossip.”
  • ExpoSay - "Celebrity Photos, Fashion and Entertainment News."

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Insight Venture Partners - Background
... Insight Venture Partners was founded in 1995 by Jeff Horing and Jerry Murdock ... Since inception, Insight Venture Partners has raised $5 billion of capital to invest in its target industries ... As of 2012, the firm has eight investment partners and two operations partners focused on assisting management teams as they grow their businesses ...
Fotovision - Partners
... Fotovision partners include Aperture Foundation (publisher of Aperture Magazine), Photo of the Year International (POYi), Fastback Creative Books and Workshop Asia, Digital Vision Network ...

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