Veteran technology journalists Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg are launching a new media company, Re/code.net, the new incarnation of the widely followed technology news operation and conference business AllThingsD.
The new enterprise is being launched with minority investments from the NBC Universal News Group and Windsor Media, an investment firm run by Terry Semel, the former chief of Yahoo and Warner Brothers.
In September, Swisher and Mossberg announced that they were parting ways with NewsCorp.'s Dow Jones, where they had built and run AllThingsD.
Mossberg, whose weekly column, "Personal Technology," in the Wall Street Journal was a popular mainstay of the newspaper said at the time that he would leave the Journal at the end of 2013.
In addition to NBCUniversal News Group's strategic investment, Swisher and Mossberg's holding company Revere Digital LLC is also signing a separate content partnership with NBCUniversal News Group to partner on tech coverage. The partnership takes effect today.