Summary:

Jupitermedia seems to be acting like a drunk teenager on a prom night these days, when it comes to acquisitions. It has bought out DRM Watch…

Jupitermedia seems to be acting like a drunk teenager on a prom night these days, when it comes to acquisitions. It has bought out DRM Watch, the DRM news/analysis site run by Bill Rosenblatt. Bill will remain the editor, and will also produce DRM conferences for Jupiter’s events division.

No financial details were disclosed, of course.

This is the fourth acquisition by Jupitermedia this year, following the buyout of Nua.com, ArtToday network, and DevX.com Network.

Related: Interview with Alan Meckler, CEO of JUPM: Meckler and the Art of Online Survival.

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