More NewsSlashdot Signs with Black Light Media

Slashdot Signs with Black Light Media

Black Light Media in Portland,ME said alternative Web site Slashdot has signed on for advertising sales,ad management, promotions, and public relations. Billings were not disclosed.

Black Light Media in Portland, ME said alternative Web site Slashdot has signed on for advertising sales, ad management, promotions, and public relations. Billings were not disclosed.

“Slashdot will significantly enhance BLM’s ability to reach a diverse and tightly targetable audience for our advertising clients,” said Ryan Meader, president of Black Light. “We believe that Slashdot is becoming a major player in the Linux and Open Software News markets.”

Slashdot, “News for Nerds on the Stuff that Matters,” is an alternative site catering to power users on the cutting edge of the computing industry–specifically, people interested in Open Source Software and mainstream (or not-so-mainstream) technology.

Black Light Media clients include Mac OS Rumors, InterWeather, Snoot, ClickWorld, and others.

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