Skip to comments.German TV company buys US dating site eHarmony [ProSieben]
Posted on 11/01/2018 1:54:43 PM PDT by Olog-hai
The popular US dating site eHarmony is now owned by Munich-based broadcaster ProSieben. Although it is primarily known for its TV franchise, ProSieben also owns one of Germanys largest dating companies.
German media company ProSiebenSat.1 purchased the matchmaking site eHarmony in the companys first major e-commerce deal since launching a joint venture with investment firm General Atlantic.
The Munich-based broadcaster announced the takeover on Monday, with ProSieben CEO Max Conze calling the deal an excellent fit.
ProSieben already owns German online dating giant Parship. Like eHarmony, Parship uses an algorithm to suggest matches for people from its database. Users also have to pay in order to access the full functions of the site.
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Started out as a Christian dating site as far as I remember.
Yep, met my wife there back before they kicked Neil Clark Warren to the curb.
Yes, and it advertised itself as exactly that. And thus it became a target for the radical gays, bullying them into creating “Compatible Partners”.
So much for the ads with Neil Clark Warren claiming that is sorta kinda a quasi-Christian dating site.
Soon eHarmony will be culturally appropriate for the new “Germans” and allow you to meet up with goats and sheep.
I STILL can’t believe that FarmersOnly.com is really a thing.
You will be asked to make scheisser videos.
Are the Muslims in Germany going to demand equal access for Goats?
I bet zhe rules vill be tighten, extremely slowly at first, zhen millimeter by millimeter until ve are all satisfied. Ja.
Just what every American wants. A foreign country business holding their personal information.
Beschissene (plural) (= crappy).
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