Social & Digital coffee break: 3 stories in 3 sentences Paid Members Public
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How BuzzFeed UK handles its redundancies will tell us a lot about the future of the business Paid Members Public
BuzzFeed UK to make 45 staff redundant [http://uk.businessinsider.com/buzzfeed-uk-to-make-45-staff-redundant-2017-12?r=US&IR=T] > The website’s London workforce was briefed on the plans on Thursday evening. In a tweet later confirmed by the company, media and politics reporter Mark Di Stefano said 45 of the
Buzzfeed doubles UK video production office Paid Members Public
Jessica Davies [http://digiday.com/publishers/inside-buzzfeeds-uk-hiring-spree-staff-international-branded-video-hub/] : > BuzzFeed’s shift to video is taking hold in its U.K. operations. The digital media company is doubling the size of its London office so it can house two new studios with a particular focus on sponsor video. The goal: to
Buzzfeed splits - but both halves get custody of video Paid Members Public
Buzzfeed is restructuring by splitting into entertainment and news divisions. CEO Jonah Peretti makes an interesting point: > Having a single ‘video department’ in 2016 makes about as much sense as having a ‘mobile department.’ Instead of organizing around a format or technology, we will organize our work to take