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Paste Goes to Wolfgang's Vault

PASTE IN THE VAULT: Paste Magazine has been acquired by Wolfgang’s Vault, joining the website’s other properties including Wolfgangsvault.com (a collection of live music audio, video and merchandise from the Bill Graham estate), Daytrotter (which features live performances from emerging bands), and the latest iteration of legendary rock mag Crawdaddy! The resulting group of websites boasts over 3 million visits per month. Since its launch in 2002, Paste Magazine has grown to become one of the strongest web brands in the entertainment space, with its award-winning website, PasteMagazine.com, covering music, movies, TV, books and video games. It was named one of the 100 Most Influential Twitter Accounts by a recent Cornell University study. And you were wondering about the state of higher education in this country. (1/25p)

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