Tags » Gawker

Sorry Hader Haters, But Names Will STILL Never Harm You

While MLB has wanted (and probably needed) mid-summer attention from the national media for something besides PEDs, this likely isn’t what they had in mind. During the All Star game, The Milwaukee Brewers’s Josh Hader, a man of the not-so-deep south (Maryland), was shamed for some… 757 more words

Pop Culture

10 Years Later The Montauk Monster Is Still a Weird, Gross, Dark Mystery

The Montauk Monster began its reign of terror in July 2008, when the ghastly creature washed up on the shore of Ditch Plains, a popular surfing beach on the Montauk peninsula. 3,228 more words


Conspiracy (with a very interesting cast)

I’ll be honest. I bought this book because of the title. I was bored, stuck in an airport with a delayed flight, killing time in a bookshop and the title called to me from across the store – after all who doesn’t like a good conspiracy? 275 more words


Gawker Website Acquired by Bustle Owner for $1.35 Million in Bankruptcy Auction

Bryan Goldberg, the digital-media entrepreneur who owns Bustle Digital Group, has acquired the assets of Gawker.com, the media gossip blog that’s been dormant for two years, for $1.35 million in a U.S. 454 more words


Univision Says It’s Exploring Sale of Former Gawker Sites and The Onion

Univision Communications is officially looking to unload the Gizmodo Media Group — which mostly comprises the sites it acquired in the bankruptcy auction of Gawker Media — and its stake in comedy and entertainment publisher The Onion. 297 more words



BIG BROTHER tops a sleepy Sunday while ABC game shows lose ground; Bravo greenlights new talk show with Jerry O’Connell; Univision seeks to sell Fusion Media Group 953 more words

Daily Digest

Observer: Gawker Domain & Archive Is Finally Up For Auction Next Week. Who Might Win, and Why?

Observer: Gawker Domain & Archive Is Finally Up For Auction Next Week. Who Might Win, and Why? . “The auction in the offices of Ropes & Gray LLP in New York City for the remains of Gawker—which include more than 50 domain names, an archive of some 200,000 articles, a handful of social media accounts with roughly 2 million combined followers, the copyright to a book published in 2007, Gawker’s trademarks and some miscellaneous sub-blogs—will determine what’s to become of the fallen blogging powerhouse. 55 more words

Around The Search & Social Media World