Break Develops Creative Lab

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Break operates the sites break.com, Cage Potato, Chickipedia, Holy Taco, Wall Street Fighter, and Screen Junkies. Los Angeles-based Break Media , an online video and entertainment site focused on men, said Tuesday that it has tapped a new team of writers, directors, and producers for a new "Creative Lab", which the firm said will create original content for its branded advertisers. Break Media said that the new unit will be headed by Jonathan Small and Tara Leone.

Scripped Merges With Zhura

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Scripped , the developer of online screenwriting software headed by Sunil Rajaraman, has merged with Zhura.com , another online provider of screenwriting software, the firms announced to their users today. As part of the merger, the firm said they have raised $250,000 in new funding, and added Break.com CEO Keith Richman to its board of advisors.

Break Adds Greg Siegel As VP

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Los Angeles-based Break Media , the online publisher of video content, announced this morning that it has added Greg Siegel as its Senior Vice President, Entertainment Development. Break Media is headed by Keith Richman, and operates a number of online video sites, including Break.com, MadeMan, GameFront, HolyTaco, ScreenJunkies, CagePotato, AllLeftTurns, Chickipedia, and TuVez.

Break Media Launches Ad Server Effort

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The firm said it developed the new ad server so that it could develop its own, custom ads and non-standard ad formats.Break Media is headed by Keith Richman, and operates Break.com, CagePotato, MadeMan, Chickipedia, HolyTaco, ScreenJunkies, AllLeftTurns, and FileFront. Los Angeles-based Break Media , which operates a network of Internet entertainment properties focused on men, said today that it has launched its own, in-house advertising server for its ad network.

Break Adds Greg Siegel As SVP

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Los Angeles-based Break Media , the online publisher of video content, announced this morning that it has added Greg Siegel as its Senior Vice President, Entertainment Development. Break Media is headed by Keith Richman, and operates a number of online video sites, including Break.com, MadeMan, GameFront, HolyTaco, ScreenJunkies, CagePotato, AllLeftTurns, Chickipedia, and TuVez.

Why The Growth Of The Internet Is Driving EdgeCast's Revenues

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Those include quite a few brands you probably recognize, including Twitter, Hulu, Pinterest, EMI, Wordpress, Break.com, and a whole host of other companies. The development community and web developers, who tend to be our customers, like that flexibility, and the quick time to market.