The company is bundling dozens of smaller kids sites to build one big marketplace in an effort to appeal to advertisers.
Companies behind virtual worlds garnered more than $594 million in venture investments in 2008, according to a new report.
GoFish Technologies will unveil what it says is the first search engine to allow people to retrieve Web and multimedia results with one search.
John Battelle's Conversational Marketing Summit, which debuted last fall with much acclaim in a more intimate setting in San Francisco, faced a challenging task with its second edition last week in New York.
Funding would add to earlier investments in FM of an estimated $4.5 million from JPMorgan Partners, The New York Times, and the Omidyar Network, among others.
The troubled Web giant used to be known for its innovative ways. To find a way to a brighter future, it could stand to take a look at its past.
Following companies like CBS, NBC, and News Corp., Viacom's MTV Networks announces a comprehensive plan to syndicate its content on partner sites like Veoh and Imeem.
The ask.com search engine will integrate GoFish's multimedia search.
An early teen-oriented social networking site, after trying to reinvent itself as a video site, goes away for good.