Private equity groups buys key digital properties once part of Gawker
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Key remaining assets of the former Gawker Media Group have been sold.
- Private equity group Green Hill Partners have bought the remaining assets of Gawker, which include Gizmodo, Jezebel, Lifehacker and Deadspin, among others.
- Gawker shut down in 2016, but sold select sites to Univision, who renamed the group Gizmodo Media Group.
- Univision had bought the properties in 2016 with hopes of combining it with its Fusion brand.
- However, that never materialized and Univision began shopping the properties around.
- The company is forming a parent, G/O Media Group, to run the properties.