I am embarrassingly uninformed on certain current events. I’m hoping Vox can help fix that.
Vox Media and former Washington Post blogger Ezra Klein have come under fire for not being specific enough about what Project X is going to be — but some of the best and most innovative things come from not really knowing. We could use more experimentation, not less
Vox Media CEO Jim Bankoff, who just hired former Washington Post blogger Ezra Klein and a team to reinvent online news with something called Project X, says the new venture will be funded primarily by advertising — but is that going to be enough to pay the bills?
Media companies seem to be focused on rebuilding the giants of yesteryear, like Time Inc. or Conde Nast, for an online world — and the main reason is that the advertising-based business model for most is still stuck in the past
Vox Media, which owns tech site The Verge, sports community site SB Nation and gaming site Polygon, has raised another $34 million,…
The Verge made a big splash in November 2011, when it arrived with a custom built publishing system and plans to take over tech reporting. One year later, it’s making some real headway.
Vox Media’s long awaited video game site, Polygon, finally launched on Wednesday. Will the company’s heavy investments in tech and staff pay off as well for gaming news as they did for sports and tech news?
SBNation, the sports blog network is teaming up with YouTube and launching a sports channel that will have everything from baseball to trash talk. And while it won’t do much to ESPN viewership in the near term, it will surely put Yahoo Sports under pressure.