Here are the latest posts about Gawker on Writers Write:
Univision to Buy Gawker Media for $135 Million (2016-08-16): Gawker is being sold to Univision for $135 million. Univision outbid Ziff Davis for the blog network.
Sean Parker Plans to Launch Blog (2011-10-01): Gawker reports that Sean Parker is planning on launching a blog.
Websites Send Password Warnings After Gawker's User Database Hacked (2010-12-15): Website like Amazon.
Gawker Media Launches Jezebel (2007-05-23): Gawker Media has launched a new blog called Jezebel.
Gawker a Buyout Candidate? (2006-09-14): Frank Barnako reports that Gawker was one of the companies in a list of buyout candidates presented by an investment banker to the Online Publishers Association.
Sploid Gone Forever (2006-08-16): Gawker Media's Sploid posted a link-filled goodbye post today claiming they are going the way of the dodo.
Yahoo and Gawker Deal to End (2006-07-22): Nick Denton blogs that the Gawker-Yahoo content deal where censored content from some Gawker Media blogs appeared on Yahoo is coming to an end.
Clooney Suggests Flooding Gawker Stalker With Fake Celeb Sightings (2006-03-31): Page Six reports George Clooney has an idea that will make Gawker Stalker less effective at providing recent celebrity sightings.
Gawker's Stalker Maps Provide Celebrity Sightings (2006-03-17): We've posted before about the blogarazzi and it looks like they are here for real now with Gawker's launch of Gawker Stalker maps.
Gawker Launches Valleywag to Cover Silicon Valley Gossip (2006-02-02): Gakwer has launched Valleywag, a tech gossip blog covering San Francisco and the Silicon Valley.
Gawker to Develop Original Video Content (2006-01-22): Blogebrity asks is "Gawker TV on its way?" after reading a help wanted post on Gawker for the Gawker Guerrilla Video Project.
You've Got to Know When to Fold Them (2005-11-22): Gawker Media publisher Nick Denton blogs that Gawker will shutter its gambling blog Oddjack at the end of the month.
Censored Gawker Blogs to Run on Yahoo News (2005-11-16): Yahoo has cut a content deal with Gawker Media to feature posts from Gawker blogs starting with these five: Gawker, Wonkette, Gizmodo, Defamer and Lifehacker.
Nick Denton: Gawker Media is Unacquirable (2005-11-04): A recent OJR article about a new online media bubble has a quote from Gawker Media founder Nick Denton who says Gawker is not for sale and unacquirable.
Nick Denton: Don't Believe the Blog Hype (2005-05-08): Nick Denton, who runs the Gawker network of blogs, sounds rather negative about the impact of blogs in a recent New York Times article.
Gawker Loses Cheap Tickets as Sponsor (2005-02-25): PRWeek reports that Cheap Tickets has pulled their ad from
Gridskipper, one of Gawker Media's blogs.