Costigan Media launches web site

Parent company of debuts its new corporate web site just in time for 2006 Super Bowl

Miami Beach, FL (PRWEB) January 26, 2006 -- More than just your average online gambling portal, continues to be one of the most profitable web sites in their respective space.  To compliment the venture, its parent company Costigan Media (formerly Twenty-One Holdings, LLC) has launched its own web site.

"We will be focusing on the key events covered by our media group," commented Christopher Costigan, CEO of Costigan Media.  " is now known among its peers as the top provider of industry-related event coverage and we have expanded far beyond just the gambling arena."

This past August, offered extensive coverage of the MTV Video Music Awards parties held in Miami.  One of its sponsors,, played host to both the P. Diddy after party and the well-received Ocean Drive Jamie Foxx extravaganza. 

"We have a full calendar of events planned," Costigan said.  "We will be covering the 2006 Lingerie Bowl live from LA while other Costigan Media reporters will be interviewing celebrities at the much ballyhooed Brooke Burke/ party." will also have its own Lisa Perry in Detroit that weekend reporting from the Super Bowl. is sponsoring the Hawaiian Tropic Super Bowl party there.

Costigan Media LLC is the worldwide leader in multimedia coverage pertaining to sports, gambling, politics and entertainment.  Through our 24 hour flagship news and entertainment web site,, we provide all the latest stories from a wide gamut of subject matter with a special emphasis on gambling-related odds and internet trading.

The web site first launched in September 2000 as an industry-oriented "rumor mill".  It was one of the first "blog-styled" web sites on the internet.  Since that time, has evolved into one of the most popular web sites catering not only to online gambling industry professionals but also to gamblers themselves.  It is now the most sought out web site focusing on celebrity betting odds, current affairs and sports handicapping.