Content Management Systems: could Vox Media make build a software business alongside its content operation? Paid Members Public
Vox Media is trying to make money through licensing its publishing platform Chorus. A smart move from Vox - but is adopting it a smart move for publishers?
Curbed kicks Movable Type to the kerb Paid Members Public
Lockhart Steele [http://lockhartsteele.com/blog/2016/02/1974/]: > Saturday afternoon, I wrote a blog post! For anyone who’s checked this space in the past six months, you know that’s a surprising development. But Saturday marked the final day that Curbed would be published on Movable Type, the
Buzzfeed and Vox Media: $1 billion businesses Paid Members Public
Old media is buying its way into new media, again, with NBCUniversal throwing cash at Buzzfeed and Vox Media [http://recode.net/2015/08/12/nbcuniversal-buys-big-chunks-of-vox-media-and-buzzfeed/] : > BuzzFeed, meanwhile, is expected to be worth $1.5 billion after its NBCU investment, which multiple sources say is also $200 million — not the
Vox's evergreen journalism back in stock Paid Members Public
[https://i1.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2015/01/evergreen-housing.jpg] Vox remains one of the most interesting experiments in digital journalism , because it’s so very aggressive in stepping away from the “flow” of traditional print news, and into creating “stock” evergreen content [https://www.journalism.co.
Vox Media's worth? $380m Paid Members Public
Vox Media has just secured another funding round [http://recode.net/2014/11/30/yet-another-big-funding-round-for-a-big-web-publisher-this-time-for-vox-media/] : > Vox Media, the company behind high-profile sites including The Verge, SB Nation and Vox, has raised $46.5 million in a round led by General Atlantic. The funding gives Vox a post-money valuation of about