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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    • Facebook Adds New Sizes, Video Ads, Carousel Ads to Instant Articles

      Facebook Wednesday announced several new advertising options for Instant Articles: support for new and custom ad sizes, as well as video ads and carousel ads. Product manager Harshit Agarwal said in a blog post that publishers with direct sold advertising businesses can now use several different formats up to an aspect ratio of 2-to-3, including custom and premium formats, ...

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  • BuzzFeed Just Became a Content Marketing Tech Company

    … isn’t the first media company to license its tech to a major agency. Vox Media—the other new media titan that, like BuzzFeed, recently landed a $200 million investment from NBCUniversal—recently partnered with DigitasLBi on similar terms. Like BuzzFeed, Vox Media offered proprietary tech—its publishing platform Chorus—and access to creative talent…

    Dillon Baker/ Relevance- 38 readers -
  • Quiz: What Media Company Are You?

    … They said stereotyping companies with hundreds of employees, storied histories, and multiple publications couldn’t be done. We did it anyway. The post Quiz: What Media Company Are You? appeared first on The Content Strategist. …

    Dillon Baker/ The Content Strategist- 5 readers -
  • The office perks at VC-backed publishers, from BuzzFeed to Vox

    … In the glossy magazine heyday, the likes of Condé Nast and Hearst were notorious for their upscale parties, lavish lunches and personal town car services. Their digital successors are, in comparison, showing a bit more restraint. That’s not to say capital-fueled media companies such as BuzzFeed, Business Insider and Vox Media don’t have…

    Ricardo Bilton/ Digidayin Social- 16 readers -
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