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Technically Media Inc.: We build Audiences (and publish Technically Philly)

Just a quick update for those of you who have long requested we keep you apprised on the startup business side of things. Earlier this month, we more formally introduced Technically Media Inc., the media services company that publishes this rag you’re reading right now. Just so we’re clear, don’t be impressed. That isn’t some […]

Just a quick update for those of you who have long requested we keep you apprised on the startup business side of things.
Earlier this month, we more formally introduced Technically Media Inc., the media services company that publishes this rag you’re reading right now. Just so we’re clear, don’t be impressed. That isn’t some multinational corporation. It’s still a startup from three schlubs in Philly, but now we just are a little more legally sound.
In addition to squandering late night hours tracking venture deals, startups and the technology community in Philadelphia, we like building audiences online.
So, in the catering business to this retail shop, we will be helping nonprofits, businesses and other media organizations grow an audience online through meaningful content, in addition to keeping TP alive.
Any potential conflicts of interest, as always, will be disclosed, as noted in our ethics policy.
If you want more, founders Sean Blanda, Brian James Kirk and Christopher Wink have all written about the move.

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