Salon.com by The Staff of Salon.com
Type: Text Feature
Salon.com is an Internet media company that produces 10 original content sites as well as two online communities - Table Talk and The WELL. The content sites, updated daily or more frequently, include News, Politics, Technology & Business, Arts & Entertainment, Books, Sex, Life, People, Comics, and Salon Audio, a digital audio hub which offers downloadable interviews and commentary from today's most compelling writers and performers.
The Staff of Salon.com
Founded in November 1995 by David Talbot, Salon.com has been called "intriguing and intelligent" (Washington Post), "truly compelling" (Time) and "smart and provocative" (Forbes). Salon.com was named Web Site of the Year in 1996 by Time magazine and has won most major Web awards, including Best Online Magazine from Yahoo Internet Life; Online Journalism Awards for General Excellence in Online Journalism Original to the Web and Enterprise Journalism Original to the Web; Best Technology Site and Best Parenting Site from Forbes magazine; and several Webby Awards for Best Online Magazine.
Salon.com has been featured on ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, NPR, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, "Good Morning America," "Morning Edition," "Talk of the Nation," "Crossfire," the Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, Time, Newsweek and other major media.
Salon.com has attracted more than 530 advertisers and sponsors. Premier advertisers include IBM, Lexus, EDS, Hewlett Packard, Mastercard, Gateway, Kimberly-Clark, AskJeeves, Acura and Microsoft. Strategic distribution partners include CNN.com, Cnet, TheStreet.com, as well as wireless innovator AvantGo.