Penske Media Corporation (PMC) is an American digital media, publishing, and information services company founded in 2003. PMC publishes more than 22 digital brands, including a joint venture in India with ZEE TV for its India.com brand. The company also produces more than 50 annual events and conferences as well as housing a research and emerging data business. PMC brands include PMC Studios, WWD, WWD.com, Footwear News, M, Deadline.com, Variety magazine, Variety.com, CricketCountry.com, HollywoodLife, Beauty Inc, GoldDerby.com, India.com, Movieline, TVLine, BGR, AwardsLine, @Hollywood, LA411, NY411, Young Hollywood Awards, The Style Awards, and Breakthrough of the Year Awards. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California and New York, NY with 11 offices around the world. In 2003, Jay Penske founded PMC — a business that started as Velocity Services Incorporated ("VSI"), an affinity marketing and Internet services company that later briefly operated as Interactive Digital Publishing Group. The company acquired the mail.com domain, was renamed Mail.com Media Corporation ("MMC"), and re-launched the domain as a new service in 2007. The company then successfully created, built, and sold (Mail.com), which was at the time the 5th largest web portal, to United Internet. In 2008, the company raised $35 million of venture capital financing from an investor group led by Quadrangle Capital Partners. In 2009 it bought Deadline Hollywood Daily, an entertainment industry insider blog, from its founder Nikki Finke, in a cash and stock earnout transaction valued at $10–15 million.
Highest paying job titles at Penske Media Corporation include Software Engineer, Director of Sales and Marketing, and Marketing Director