Buzzfeed

BuzzFeed is a social news and entertainment website. Founded in 2006 in New York City as a viral lab by Jonah Peretti, the company has grown into a global media and technology company covering topics like Politics, DIY, Animals, Longform and Business. In 2012, Ben Smith of Politico was hired as Editor-in-Chief, and is responsible for expanding the site into serious journalism, long-form and reportage while maintaining its popular fun and entertainment-oriented content.
Posts about Buzzfeed
  • Tubular Labs Announces 2016 #VideoAces Awards - Are You a Winner?

    … BuzzFeed, NowThis, Tastemade, WWE, the NBA, and FailArmy more than doubled year-on-year to a staggering 3.6 Billion. Across the board, daily consumption of video content has increased, with branded content from companies like Red Bull, LEGO, and Samsung generating 65% more views in 2016 than 2015. To access the full report just fill in the form below…

    Carla Marshall/ ReelSEOin Facebook YouTube- 18 readers -
  • Facebook Journalism Project: A Complete Guide

    … and engineering teams so that we can build together from the early stages of the product development process. We want to work with partners to evolve our current formats—Facebook Live, 360 video, Instant Articles, etc.—to better suit their needs and work with them on building entirely new ones. For example, we’ve heard from editors that they want…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 22 readers -
  • Pinterest Debuts Auto-Play Video Ads, Explore Content-Discovery Feature

    …, expert faves and more” from “top tastemakers, industry experts and even our own Pinterest employees.” Park said publishers with content that can be found in Explore include Tastemade, HGTV, GQ, Refinery29, Harper’s Bazaar, National Geographic, BuzzFeed and Brit+Co. Users can also search by topic and opt to “see all Pins” within those topics. She…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebook- 21 readers -
  • Publishers are using their newsletters as labs for new offerings

    … arrived last week, when The New York Times launched the website version of “Watching,” a streaming video-recommendation site that began as an email newsletter. “Watching” is an ambitious new product for the Times, with its intense focus on personalization that goes down to the individual-user level. But it’s also just the latest Times site informed…

    Digiday- 22 readers -
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