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Engineers: better, but initial problems persist | November 15, 2013

The front end of is working better, but many problems identified in the days after its launch persist, according to a team of Web engineers. Media Temple is…

All Things Open: On Vendor Mistrust, Containerization & Profiting From Open Source

FOSS FORCE | October 25, 2013

The first ever All Things Open conference in Raleigh, North Carolina is now history–but it’s history that will repeat itself… Finally, I attended the exposition on containerization given by…

Would it be easier to rebuild Obamacare site from scratch?

FOX News - Greta Van Susteren | October 23, 2013

(mt) Media Temple President Russ Reeder on sharing his perspective on’s problems.

Exclusive interview: Media Temple speaks out about GoDaddy takeover

Creative Bloq | October 17, 2013

Los Angeles-based web hosting leader Media Temple is now part of GoDaddy, by acquisition. Here, we speak exclusively to Media Temple about the takeover.

Hosting Company Media Temple Is Bought by GoDaddy

Small Business Trends | October 16, 2013

GoDaddy has made another acquisition – its sixth purchase in less than two years.  The company best known for domain names has bought Media Temple, a hosting company…

GoDaddy Acquires (mt) Media Temple to Accelerate Web Pro Expertise

October 15, 2013

(mt) Brand & Operations to Remain Autonomous SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — October 15, 2013 — GoDaddy, the Web’s largest platform for small businesses, has acquired(mt) Media Temple, a Los Angeles-based…

GoDaddy acquires Media Temple

PandoDaily | October 15, 2013

Continuing with its acquisition spree, GoDaddy has announced that it has bought Media Temple. Media Temple is a Los Angeles-based premium domain hosting service.

GoDaddy Buys Media Temple, Will Keep It As Separate Company

Web Pro News | October 15, 2013

GoDaddy announced on Tuesday that it has acquired Media Temple, a web hosting and cloud services company based in Los Angeles. GoDaddy says the acquisition will give it direct…

Media Temple, GoDaddy Talk Acquisition, Growth and Culture

The Web Hosting Industry Review | October 15, 2013

When Demian Sellfors co-founded Media Temple in 1998, he had planned a three year exit strategy. Fifteen years later, GoDaddy has acquired (mt) Media Temple for an undisclosed amount,…

Media Temple users will soon be GoDaddy customers

The Verge | October 15, 2013

The two companies will continue to operate separately, though they do say that they’ll be sharing technology. “Media Temple is doing just about everything right,” GoDaddy CEO Blake…

GoDaddy Scoops Up Culver City’s Media Temple

Los Angeles Business Journal | October 15, 2013

Media Temple, a web hosting company that works primarily with developers and creative professionals, has been acquired by the biggest player in the web hosting space, GoDaddy.

Hyperactive GoDaddy keeps shopping spree alive with Media Temple buy

GigaOm | October 15, 2013

Los Angeles-based Media Temple flaunts big name clients and will keep working as before, said GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving.

GoDaddy CEO: We bought Media Temple to ‘win the hearts and minds of developers’

Venture Beat | October 15, 2013

Web hosting giant GoDaddy has acquired Los Angeles basedMedia Temple. This is GoDaddy’s sixth acquisition in just over a year.  Both Media Temple andGoDaddy offer web hosting services. However, Media Temple has…

GoDaddy Buys Media Temple To Build Up Its Business With Web Pros

TechCrunch | October 15, 2013

Domain registration and hosting company GoDaddy is continuing on its acquisitions roll, with the announcement today that it acquired Media Temple, a premium domain hosting and website services company based out…

HHS scrambles to fix glitches in insurance exchange roll out

Federal Times | October 13, 2013

The Health and Human Services Department is scrambling to boost server capacity and fix software glitches that accompanied the rollout of the federal health care exchanges that opened Oct….

White House defends Obamacare problems

CNN | October 10, 2013

(mt) Media Temple’s President, Russ Reeder, analyzes the Obamacare website glitches.