Vox Media

Vox Media Inc. (previously known as Sports Blogs, Inc and publicly known as Vox) is a native digital media company that currently has six main editorial brands: SB Nation, The Verge, Polygon, Curbed, Eater, and Racked. A 7th, "Vox.com" (formerly codenamed "Project X"), launched on April 6, 2014. All Vox Media sites are built on Chorus, its proprietary digital publishing platform.Vox is headquartered near DuPont Circle, Washington, D.C and across from Bryant Park, in New York City. Founded in 2003 as SportsBlogs, Inc.
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    … network offers that safe environment, he says, with a bonus usefulness for the consumer. The 12 new providers include Vox Media, Bloomberg, Billboard, Quartz, and The Hollywood Reporter, as well as Stadium sports video content (previously 120 Sports), theSkimm, Mogul, Influenster, and Canadian news network CBC. Specifically local content…

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