Jupitermedia has sold its Internet research unit JupiterResearch to Kagan, a media research firm, for $10.1 million. The new company, JupiterKagan, will cover new media, including Internet
advertising, media convergence, and telecommunications. Time Baskerville, the new company's CEO, said the merger brings "greater scale, richer combined data resources and a highly continuous
information services business model," to Kagan. Darien-Conn. based Jupitermedia owns Internet.com, EarthWeb.com and JupiterImages, which provides business to business photography services. Last year,
the company sold off its trade advertising sites ClickZ and SearchEngineWatch.com , along with the Search Engine Strategies trade show.
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