Business Wire - Oct. 29, 2008
Movie Times, Inc. (a subsidiary of Boulevards New Media), operator of leading entertainment portals such as MovieTimes.com, has named Ari Lee Bayme as its Chief Executive Officer. Bayme, a veteran technology banker and Internet executive, was previously Vice-President of Corporate Development for Gorilla Nation, the largest online advertising sales representation company.
Business Wire - Jul. 25, 2008
The Boulevards network now ranks among the top 500 properties on the Internet, according to traffic ratings compiled by Quantcast Corporation. As of July 11, Boulevards' city guides and local information services achieved a rank of 335 among Internet destinations tracked by Quantcast.
Associated Cities - Jun. 12, 2008
While Internet investors and executives have long recognized the obvious revolutionary branding and marketing powers inherent in GeoDomains, established media players have taken their time to join the party.
Domainer News - May 2008
"There is little doubt in my mind Dan Pulcrano has a clear picture where he is taking his company, and with his track record, even less doubt he will get there."
DN Journal - Feb. 2008
"Of the six billion people on our planet, only a few dozen had the foresight in the mid 1990's to start acquiring domain names. Those individuals were almost universally regarded as fools who were flushing perfectly good money down the drain. Fast forward, and yesterday's fools have become today's visionaries." More...
Associated Cities - Mar. 6, 2008
"We will be dramatically expanding the content offered on our city-guide sites with the intention of making them go-to portals for locals. With our dominance in top-tier GeoDomains, this will allow our users to build online communities based on where they actually live in the real world." More...
Associated Cities - Mar. 6, 2007
"As we continue to add user-contributed content and self-posting event capabilities, our reach in the local marketplaces will strengthen. I also see our domains offering a more journalistic approach." More...
San Francisco.com - Oct. 31, 2005
"Four friends—Kyu Kyung, Mike Richards, Vincent Archuleta and Harlow Newton—started SF Station in 1996 without outside funding. Adrian Dorsman came on board as Chief Technology Officer in 2003. Kyung, Newton, Archuleta and Dorsman will remain with the company." More...
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