Shea Magazine Launches, Joins Lauded Litbreaker Network Eclectic Online Magazine Joins Top Tier Literary and Pop Culture Publications in Ad Network
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Los Angeles-based Shea Media Enterprises is happy to announce a new partnership with its inaugural online publication Shea Magazine (www.sheamagazine.com). The eclectic "Celebration of Mixed Messages" recently signed with the Litbreaker ad network, joining the ranks of such lauded publications as The Rumpus, Full Stop and Ploughshares Blog.
"We're honored and flattered to be part of such an esteemed online literary community," says founder and editor-in-chief Tony Shea. "Litbreaker really represents the best of breed in this space and we're excited to showcase the breakout brands that advertise in their network."
Founded this past October, Shea Magazine is a seriocomic cornucopia of content from a variety of disciplines – from literature and film to music, audio and visual arts. The pieces are created by an equally eclectic lineup of contributors that includes Drury University Emeritus history professor Harvey Asher. Ph.D, standup comedian Jim Coughlin, TV producer Katy McCaffrey, ten-time Moth storyslam winner Carlos Kotkin and award-winning author and satirist Daedalus Howell among others.
"We're pleased to welcome Shea Magazine to Litbreaker's network of literary and pop culture magazines and blogs," says the popular ad network's Jason Chambers. "Shea Magazine is another example of great literary content providers partnering with Litbreaker to bring their audiences suitable book and arts oriented advertising."
Prior to launching Shea Media Enterprises as a means of developing and delivering multimedia content directly to tomorrow's tastemakers in arts and letters, Tony Shea worked in television and film development and has taken honors at numerous film festivals and appeared at Comic-Con. He is also a veteran of Clear Channel Radio's Discover New Music Program and author of the forthcoming novel Through the Jungle and the Rain.
Tony Shea is available for interviews and as a source regarding disruptions in online publishing. For more information, contact Kit Fergus at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 510 992 3675.