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Viacom to sell ads on WhoSay, TwitPic to the stars

WhoSay, a kind of TwitPic for celebrities, announced a deal with Viacom Monday in which the media conglomerate will sell advertising on the social-media management platform. WhoSay, meanwhile, will manage the social-media presences of such Viacom-owned properties as Nickelodeon, MTV and Comedy Central.
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WhoSay, a social publishing tool for celebrities, launches an iOS app for fans

Technology : The Next Web Blog (last year)

Celebrity social media publishing platform WhoSay has released an iOS app aimed at connecting fans with its members. WhoSay has been steadily gathering some of the biggest influencers, including Eva... Keep reading ? Read Post

HootSuite Buys uberVU To Add Analytics To Its Enterprise Social Media Management Platform

Technology : TechCrunch (11 months ago)

HootSuite, a platform for enterprises to manage their presence on social media sites like Twitter, announced that it has acquired London-based uberVu, a social analytics platform. Terms of the deal were not disclosed but we’re tryin... Read Post

WhoSay Raises $12 Million For Its Celebrity-Centric Social Network

Technology : TechCrunch (2 years ago)

WhoSay, an online media management platform for celebrities and other "influencers," has raised $12 million in a new funding round led by Comcast Ventures. The raise counts as WhoSay's Series C included participation from existing i... Read Post


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