Comcast Interactive Media
|Type||Private (subsidiary of Comcast)|
|Headquarters||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and elsewhere, United States|
|Key people||Amy Banse, President
Samuel Schwartz, EVP
Comcast Interactive Media (CIM) is a division of Comcast focusing on digital media. CIM was created in 2005 and originally led by President, Amy Banse, and Executive Vice President, Sam Schwartz. Comcast Interactive Media products include: XFINITY.com (portal), xfinityTV.com, Fandango, thePlatform, and StreamSage.
On May 15, 2008 Comcast Interactive Media acquired social-networking site Plaxo for between $150 and $170 million. On August 5, 2008 Comcast Interactive Media acquired newsletter service site DailyCandy for a rumored $125 million.
- Official website
- Joseph Weisenthal (29 May 2008). "Comcast Interactive Media: Profitability on track in '08; more purchases ahead". Washington Post.
- Comcast Interactive Media Labs
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