Kenna McHugh writes about the ever-changing social media industry. She loves discovering new technology that helps the business and culture. Writing for one of the first screenwriting websites, Screenwriting Utopia led her to her first published book, Breaking into Film. Some of her past clients have been Consumers Electronics Daily News, Lucent Technology, AVID, McCann Communications, LivingStrong and MGM Grand Hotel.
Kabam, the maker of Kingdoms of Camelot, Dragon of Atlantis and Glory of Rome, receives $85 million in a financing round led by Google’s venture arm, helping the startup expand in Asia, hire developers and make acquisitions.