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Acquired byNBC Universal
Price$600M
Date3/2006
TermsCash

General Information

Websiteivillage.com
Twitter@ivillage
CategoryNews/Media
Employees
Founded1995
DescriptionContent-Driven Community for Women

Offices

People

SVP, Ad Sales
VP Communications
General Manager
Executive Vice President,

Funding

VENTURE FUNDING
Venture Round, 2/2001
Hearst Ventures

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iVillage

iVillage, bought out by NBC Universal for over $600 million, is a online network geared towards women. It consists of iVillage.com, Astrology.com, gardenweb.com, www.ivillage.co.uk and gurl.com. It targets teens, young women and mothers with unique content, community forums and other interactive tools.

iVillage is a leading online destination for women with over 30 million unique visitors a month. As of December 2007, iVillage records almost 4 billion page views annually.

Competitors include Yahoo Shine, Sugar Publishing and Glam Media.

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iVillage

Websiteivillage.com
StageLive
Tags women
iVillage screenshot
Above: iVillage Screenshot -- #1
Uploaded: 2/5/08

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Ivillage

Sources

  1. NBC Universal Acquires Women's Site iVillage (informationweek.com) [edit]
  2. marketwatch.com [edit]
  3. iVillage Enters Strategic Partnership with BlogHer (blogher.com) [edit]
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