Politicker.com Joins the Intermarkets Portfolio; All-Politics Sites Focus on Local and National Level

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Politicker.com joins the Intermarkets Portfolio as another publisher in a roster of news and commentary Web sites.

Intermarkets, Inc. (http://www.intermarkets.net) announced today that it has added Politicker.com (http://www.politicker.com) to its list of publishers. Kevin Lucido, CEO of Intermarkets, said, "The Intermarkets team is extremely excited about this new opportunity with Politicker.com and their state-specific sites. We look forward to working with Politicker.com as they strive to deliver the latest in local and national politics."

Politicker.com provides current and reliable information about campaigns, elections and politicians in individual U.S. states. As well as a national home site, Politicker.com has launched all-politics sites for New Jersey, Nevada, Maine, Maryland, Oregon, Vermont, Colorado, Arizona, New Hampshire, Washington state, and Kentucky. Upcoming sites include California and Pennsylvania. The sites cover elections, party leadership contests, lobbyists, fundraisers, the media, and the business of how politicians select judges and prosecutors. However, there is a component of political fun - some of the sites lists the Best & Worst Campaigns of the 21st Century, Winners & Losers of the Week, and weekly political cartoons. The Politicker.com sites are owned by Observer Media Group. For additional information on Policticker.com and its group of sites, please visit http://www.politicker.com.

About Intermarkets
Intermarkets, Inc. is the nation's leading independent advertising sales management firm for Web site publishers. Serving more than three billion ads every month and reaching more than 2.5 million people everyday, Intermarkets provides publishers and advertisers with a wide range of services, including advertising sales, media buying, custom content, software, ad serving and more. The privately held company is based in Vienna, Virginia. For more information about Intermarkets visit http://www.intermarkets.net/about.html.


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