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This article was published on March 16, 2015

    Forbes acquires photo sharing app Camerama

    Forbes acquires photo sharing app Camerama
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    Amanda Connolly is a reporter for The Next Web, currently based in London. Originally from Ireland, Amanda previously worked in press and ed Amanda Connolly is a reporter for The Next Web, currently based in London. Originally from Ireland, Amanda previously worked in press and editorial at the Web Summit. She’s interested in all things tech, with a particular fondness for lifestyle and creative tech and the spaces where these intersect. Twitter

    Forbes Media announced today that it has acquired private photo sharing app Camerama. The founder of the photo sharing app, Salah Akram Zalatimo, will join Forbes as vice president of mobile products.

    His responsibility will be to work on mobile strategy for the company. Camerama was founded in 2014 and is a cloud-based photo sharing platform where only people invited by you can see the photos you have shared.

    With a background working for some of the world’s most notable media companies, including The New York Times and Sony Music, it will be interesting to see what comes of this new partnership for Forbes as it moves to expand further into the media-tech sphere.

    ➤ Forbes Media Acquires Private Photo Sharing App Camerama [Forbes]

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