|Monthly Uniques||5.0M US||7.0M Global|
|Monthly Uniques||4.1M US||5.9M Global|
The online arts and culture magazine, with regular features on or by various literary luminaries. [Description from dmoz]
Salon Media Group (formerly Salon.com) hopes to satisfy sophisticated Web surfers weary of run-of-the-mill Internet schlock. The company that garnered attention for essays by the likes of Camille Paglia and Allen Barra has expanded from its original online magazine format. Salon.com's content includes news, features, interviews, columns, and blogs covering topics such as politics, business, technology, books, sports, and arts and entertainment. Revenues come from advertising and subscription fees. Salon.com and its online communities (Table Talk and The Well) host some 32,000 paying subscribers. Adobe Systems founder and Salon Chairman John Warnock holds about 40% of the company's total voting securities. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 5.9 million monthly people, of which 4.0 million (71%) are in the U.S.The typical visitor subscribes to Vanity Fair, reads Rolling Stone, and receives Time Magazine.
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|Salt Lake City||36,441||0.77||102||0.56||68|
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