Rare wants to be the conservative BuzzFeed

by Lucia Moses
Most millennial publishers have a decidedly liberal bent, but not so for Rare, started two years ago as a social digital experiment by Atlanta-based Cox Media Group. The site hired journalists including The Washington Times’ Brett Decker (now gone) and political columnist Tabitha Hale and started off specializing in politics, delivered in packaging readymade for sharing and st ...Read the full article


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