New York City-based 24/7 Media Inc. said that it has added 23 new sites, including HomeSeekers.com, to 10 of its 21 content channels in The 24/7 Network.
“This surge of new name-brand sites is the result of momentum we built last year,” said Mark Burchill, senior vice president, worldwide business development at 24/7 Media. “Many of these additions contribute directly to Media Metrix’s January report that our reach increased to more than 52 percent of the online audience.”
HomeSeekers.com joined 24/7’s Real Estate channel. HomeSeekers.com is a multi-lingual site featuring a national database of real estate listings designed for consumers and professional Realtors.
Additions to 24/7’s Entertainment channel include Baywatch.com, the companion site to the popular television program, and MGM.com. Other new Entertainment channel sites include FunnyMail.com, MediaRack and Undeniable Stars.
The Rough Guide Online joined 24/7’s Travel channel. Also joining the Travel channel were Travel Navigator, The Virtual Tourist, and The Universal Currency Converter site.
Other additions included Chattown USA, Penpal.net and PopMail to 24/7’s Community channel; Anglerworld and Today’s Sports to 24/7’s Sports channel; Net-A-Car to 24/7’s Automotive channel; The Internet Sleuth and Virtual Sites to 24/7’s Search/Directory channel.
24/7 operates The 24/7 Network comprised of more than 150 name-brand Web sites organized into content channels, as well as The ContentZone, a network of more than 2,500 small to medium sites. In addition, the company owns and operates 24/7 Profilz, the first online co-op database of Web user profiles, employed with 24/7’s Adfinity adserving system. The company has international interests in 24/7 Media Asia and 24/7 Media Europe.
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