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Abrams described the site upon launch as "a broader interest site that will celebrate and cover everything from technology and science fiction to video games and comics." Functioning for fashion the way Mediaite does for journalism, Styleite launched with both news and opinion content as well as a fashion version of the "Power Grid," which ranks designers, models, writers, and others in the style business based on influence and following.
Abrams rebranded Styleite as Runway Riot in 2015, appointing model Iskra Lawrence as managing editor.
He was born in a Jewish family and has a sister, Ronnie Abrams. In 1992, he graduated from the Columbia University Law School with Juris Doctor Degree.
Abrams who grew up in the United States was raised by his parents during his childhood. Following the graduation with the law degree in hand, Abrams took the pace towards his career as a legal analyst. The reporting job is considered as his first ever job of his career.
In May 2012, Abrams launched a site focused on the personalities and lifestyles of the world's best-known chefs.
He worked as chief legal correspondent and analyst for NBC News, as general manager of MSNBC and as an anchor for that network.
With ratings up 62% during his tenure, Abrams left to concentrate on his 9pm show Live with Dan Abrams, which replaced Scarborough Country due to Joe Scarborough's move to mornings.
He has also written for online magazines such as The Huffington Post, Daily Beast, and Mediaite. In March 2010, Abrams published the book Man Down: Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt That Women Are Better Cops, Drivers, Gamblers, Spies, World Leaders, Beer Tasters, Hedge Fund Managers and Just About Everything Else.
The book has since been verified as a Washington Post best seller, and it has been translated into Russian, Indonesian, Croatian, Swedish and Hebrew, among other languages.
The site has been described as "TMZ meets Smoking Gun". The first official "offspring" of flagship site Mediaite, Geekosystem was launched on January 25, 2010.