Media Company Moves Headquarters To St. Louis

A billboard in St. Louis advertises StationDigital Inc., which will move its headquarters to the St. Louis area. | Courtesy of StationDigital
A billboard in St. Louis advertises StationDigital Inc., which will move its headquarters to the St. Louis area. | Courtesy of StationDigital

StationDigital Inc., an Internet radio and digital broadcast platform, is moving its headquarters from Los Angeles to St. Louis to take advantage of its lower cost of living and to attract top-tier talent while boosting its branding efforts.

Contributing to the company’s decision to move to St. Louis is what it said is the area’s abundance of software development talent that comes from CenturyLink/Savvis, Visa, MasterCard, Rawlings, Energizer, Stifel Nicolaus, Ralston Purina and others.

StationDigital, which is leasing 13,268 square feet of space in St. Louis, said it will keep “an office presence” in Los Angeles to maintain its ties to the entertainment and music industries.

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