In 1996, AOL Greenhouse recruited a core group of the outdoor industry’s leading media professionals. At Interzine we built the web’s first mass-market sports enthusiast sites in iSki, iGolf, iBike, iRace and several others.
Two years later the company was sold to Times Mirror, the owners of the LA Times and dozens of print magazines. Our technology and content were repurposed across leading websites including Parenting, Popular Science, The Sporting News and others.
The entire magazine division, including their new interactive wing, was then sold to Tribune Media (TRBAA). We became part of the empire that owns The Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, Careerbuilder and the Chicago Cubs.
The publishing group was acquired by AOL Time Warner and fell under the Time, Inc. (TWX) umbrella. Avoiding a move to New York, I accepted an offer to work for Vail Resorts (MTN) to help rebuild their resort web portfolio. In 2002, we relaunched Vail.com, Beavercreek.com, Breckenridge.com, Keystone.com, SkiJob1.com, and Vailresorts.com.
In 2016, utilizing the latest game development tools, we began stretching our expertise into interactive storytelling. Traditional narrative is in the middle of a renaissance, and our innovative technology is designed to lead forward-thinking brands into new markets and much larger revenue streams.
With 20 years in interactive design, we stand by our experience, design, and implementation of technology. We guarantee our work, no matter what your business needs may be.