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1992 Exit7 New Media House | NetTemple

1992 Exit7 New Media House | NetTemple

In the early 1990s, the World Wide Web exploded as the access and demand migrated from institutional (government and academia) into business and industry. David Meyers founded Exit 7 New Media House in 1990 and was instrumental in creating some of the first commercial websites in the Midwest. Exit 7 later collaborated with Redline Media (Los Angeles, New York, and the Midwest), Animation House (Midwest), and Fusion New Media (Nashville) to do work for Time Magazine, The Emmys, Paul McCartney, HP, Microsoft, Digital, Compaq, The Grand Ole Opry, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Gaylord Entertainment, Madison Square Garden, Live Aid, and more.