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Corporate Profile – FeedBurner, Inc.

Company: FeedBurner, Inc.

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Location: Headquartered in Chicago, IL

Launch Date:
February, 2004

In the company’s own words, what is it? FeedBurner is the leading provider of media distribution and audience engagement services for blogs and RSS feeds. Our Web-based tools help bloggers, podcasters and commercial publishers promote, deliver and profit from their content on the Web.

FeedBurner also offers the largest feed and blog advertising network that brings together an unprecedented caliber of content aggregated from the world’s most recognized media companies (e.g. Wall Street Journal Online, Wired News, Ziff Davis), A-list bloggers and blog networks and individual publishers from around the world.

Outside quote about company: Raanan Bar-Cohen, director of product strategy at Dow Jones Online said, “Our adoption of FeedFlare, coupled with FeedBurner’s growing suite of tools that leverage RSS, will yield tremendous benefits for our audience and advertisers. Working with FeedBurner gives us the ability to rapidly test and deploy integrated offerings in our feeds, providing the flexibility and speed that is critical in today’s media marketplace.”

* Exceptional network of publishers
* Media is priced on a CPM basis, and ads are targeted by content channel
* Self-serve ad creation and performance monitoring
* Full third-party ad serving support

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Dick Costolo, co-founder and CEO
Eric Lunt, co-founder and CTO
Steve Olechowski, co-founder and COO
Matt Shobe, co-founder and Chief Design Officer

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January 8, 2007 at 4:07 pm 1 comment

Podango Launches Beta – By

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podango.JPG Orem, Utah-based Podango, a company that is developing tools for online podcast audio broadcasts, said Thursday that it has released a beta of its services. The Web 2.0 company said that its service allows independently owned podcast stations to create podcasts, collect feedback, and automatic transcriptions of podcasts. Podango is offering up the podcasting services for free, with charges for transcription pulled from the station sponsorship revenues.


September 15, 2006 at 1:50 pm Leave a comment

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