Paste Magazine Acquired by Wolfgang’s Vault
Paste Magazine, which suspended its long-running print publication in September, has been acquired by Wolfgang’s Vault, the company behind Daytrotter and Crawdaddy!
Wolfgang’s Vault is also known for WolfgangsVault.com, the “world’s largest collection of live music audio, video and merchandise.”
Under the new acquisition, Paste will relaunch with new digital subscription offerings in March – just in time for the SXSW Festival.
Bill Sagan, CEO of Wolfgang’s Vault, said the following about the acquisition:
We have been fans of Paste for a long time and are thrilled to bring their leadership, brand and valuable content and audience into our family. We believe that Paste’s editorial and sales strength will be a wonderful complement to our broad array of music content. We are now able to provide a comprehensive entertainment experience combining live music audio and video with classic merchandise, all wrapped with great editorial.
We have deep admiration for what Wolfgang’s Vault offers and are excited to join its family of companies,” said editor-in-chief and cofounder Josh Jackson, who remains in charge of Paste Magazine’s content. “They bring valuable expertise, vision, commitment and the financial stability we’ve sought for the past couple years.
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