Mode Media Stock

glammedia.comConsumer WebFounded: 2003Funding to Date: $180MM

Mode Media, formerly Glam Media, is a digital lifestyle-content publisher that packages brand advertising with professional digital content. The company operates across seven lifestyle verticals: Women’s Style, Home, Entertainment, Men’s Style, Wellness, Food and Parenting. Currently, the company has international offices in Germany, UK, Japan, Canada, France, South Korea and China, with multiple offices in the United States.

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Keating Capital
Mizuho Capital

Team

Management Team

Jack Rotolo
CEO
Jeanne Seeley
Executive VP & Co-CFO
John Small
COO
Ernie Cicogna
Co-CFO, Executive VP, Co-Founder, & Head of Operations
Fernando Ruarte
Co-Founder, CTO, & Executive VP, Ad Products

Board Members

Arthur Berliner
Walden Venture Capital
David Saltzman
Self
Fernando Ruarte
Mode Media
Heidi Roizen
Draper Fisher Jurvetson
John Cadeddu
Duff Ackerman & Goodrich
Marc Andreessen
Self
Paul-Bernhard Kallen Ph.D
Hubert Burda Media
Theresia Gouw
Self

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News

The dust from last week's abrupt shuttering of Mode Media -- a company once valued at $1 billion and with $100 million in revenues -- is anything but settled. According to a document obtained by VentureBeat, the company had access to $10 million in financing as recently as six months ago.
Mode Media, formerly known as Glam Media, shut down suddenly last week. Here's what insiders told us.
Mode Media has ceased operations and laid off most of its employees, after the female-focused fashion, beauty and lifestyle media company failed in its efforts to sell itself or to secure new finacing.