Scribd named Fast Company’s “Top 10 Most Innovative Media Companies 2010”

February 20, 2010 • in the news

Good news is only news if you share it … which is why we’re excited to announce that Fast Company Magazine has named Scribd one of the Top 10 Most Innovative Media Companies 2010 alongside The Huffington Post, NPR, HarperStudio and Glam Media. To create their annual list, Fast Company editors studied thousands of global companies and identified companies that had “creative models, progressive cultures, and many forms of innovation.” Here’s what they have to say about Scribd:

Somewhere between Google Books, Amazon, and the blogosphere lies Scribd, a community of “millions of readers, millions of documents.” Anyone can upload, comment, tag, vote up and down, and share any piece of text. Scribd is renowned for its easy-to-use document reader. It has wooed partners as varied as Simon & Schuster, the Chicago Tribune, tech publisher O’Reilly, and The New York Times’ DealBook to contribute free and paid content.

Can’t wait to add this to our award shelf, right next to our other nods:

Thanks for being an irreplaceable part of Scribd’s unparalleled community of readers, writers, and creators!

-The Scribd Team