Gimlet Media

Gimlet Media

Gimlet Media

A series about what happens when someone who knows nothing about business starts one. With Alex Blumberg from This American Life & Planet Money.
Type
B2b
Raised
$16.5M
Follow us
Alexa global traffic share
Twitter followers
Acquired by
Spotify
1
06 Feb 2019
Latest funding
The Verge

Spotify will give you all of Gimlet Media’s secrets to making a good podcast

CNBC Tech

'Startup' podcast offers a rare fly-on-wall view of tech M&A after Gimlet's $200 million sale to Spotify

Acquisition
TechCrunch , VentureBeat , The Verge , +8

Spotify reports 29% rise in MAUs to 207M but misses on Q4 revenues of $1.702B

Re/code , WSJ Tech , The Verge , +2

Spotify is in talks to buy Gimlet for more than $200 million. That’s a big deal for the podcasting world.

Fast Company

Spotify in talks to buy podcasting giant Gimlet Media

Technical.ly

New coworking space will join Gimlet Media in Downtown Brooklyn

City life
Technical.ly

Gimlet Media launches Gimlet Pictures

Adweek

Ex-Hulu Marketing Head Jenny Wall Joins Podcast Network Gimlet Media

Video streaming
Re/code

Podcast network Gimlet Media has raised another $5 million — this time from ad giant WPP

Funding Advertising
$15,000,000 Venture capital (Series B)
TechCrunch , PE HUB

Podcast network Gimlet Media scores $15 million in funding

Funding
Re/code

VCs don’t love podcasting, but Gimlet Media has raised another $15 million anyway

Funding
Technical.ly

Gimlet Media signs 10-year lease in Downtown Brooklyn Brooklyn

City life
Technical.ly

Are you ready for 3 new podcasts from Gimlet Media? Brooklyn

Television
Observer Innovation

How Gimlet Media Uses Slack to Keep Donors Engaged

Observer Innovation

Gimlet Media Goes Dark for ‘Mix Week’

Tech City News

Startup Surgery – Ask Your Question

Gründerszene

Leipziger Buchmesse öffnet Startup-Village

t3n Magazin

So hat Atlassian sich bei seinem Börsendebüt geschlagen [Startup-News]

t3n Magazin

RydeMyPony: Das Startup-Unicorn, das an wirklich ALLEN vorbeizieht [hub conference]

t3n Magazin

Fast ein bisschen langweilig: Harvard-Studie zeigt, was die Generation Y wirklich will