Legacy.com, Inc., the leading provider of online obituary solutions in the U.S., today announced it has acquired Web Announcements Ltd, the parent company of iAnnounce (www.iAnnounce.co.uk), the European leader in online obituaries and family announcements.
Legacy.com, Inc., the leading provider of online obituary solutions in the U.S., has been selected as an Official Honoree of the 17th Annual Webby Awards in the Social Media category.
Legacy.com, the market leader in the online obituary space, announced today that is has been acquired by Great Hill Partners, a Boston-based private equity firm with over $2.5 billion under management.
Legacy.com has been honored as the best overall newspaper-affiliated Web site in its class. The recognition came in the form of a 2010 EPpyTM Award, presented by Editor & Publisher magazine at a ceremony held June 17th in Las Vegas during the 2010 Interactive Media Conference and Trade Show.
Legacy.com is partnering with Batesville Casket Company, the largest provider of hosted funeral home websites in the U.S., to give funeral homes access to the largest nationally networked obituary system.
Legacy.com, Legacy.com has joined forces with the largest daily newspapers in Australia and Canada and some of the largest papers in Ireland.
Legacy.com, the Web’s dominant obituary resource and the leader in online memorialization, has launched an enhanced portal that builds upon its affiliation with more than 650 U.S., Canadian and British newspapers.
Legacy.com, which hosts online obituaries, memorials, and other family announcements for more than 650 U.S., Canadian and United Kingdom newspapers has attracted one of Europe’s leading newspapers and online brands as an affiliate.
Legacy.com — which collaborates with newspapers to offer their obituaries online and to provide newspaper readers with new ways to share their remembrances of loved ones, has affiliated with its 650th newspaper.
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