The Press



Will Reddit's Stand-Alone News Site Prove to Be a Safe Haven for Advertisers?

Upvoted won't allow any comments

Coming off a summer of upheaval, Reddit is looking to get back into the public's good graces with its first stand-alone property, a news-focused site called Upvoted. Upvoted will look to…

The's North American CEO Is Leaving After 16 Months

Jon Steinberg helped double ad sales revenue

Jon Steinberg, CEO of North America, is leaving the company, announced CEO and publisher Martin Clarke. In the short time Steinberg has been with DailyMail—16 months—he has overseen the acquisition…

How Gawker's Kotaku Is Helping Cheerios Reach Millennial Gamers

First editorial series produced with branded sponsorship

Honey Nut Cheerios wants to be the cereal of choice for gamers. And Gawker Media's gaming-focused vertical Kotaku hopes to make that happen by producing its first sponsored series for…

Who Is Axel Springer, the Company Behind Business Insider's $343 Million Acquisition?

German publisher is on a U.S. spending spree

Axel Springer's $343 million acquisition of Business Insider this morning gives the German publisher 97 percent of the news site and events company. And it is the continuation of the…

An Australian Hilariously Live Blogged Jarryd Hayne's NFL Debut

And it owned social media

Matt Cleary was the real MVP of Monday Night Football, even though it was Tuesday afternoon where he was. The San Francisco 49ers' 20-3 win over the Minnesota Vikings saw the…

Human Rights Groups Call for Release of Vice Journalists Accused of Supporting ISIS

‘Baseless and alarmingly false’ accusations, says Vice

Two British Vice News journalists and their fixer remain in custody today in the Turkish city of Diyarbakir. Jake Hanrahan and Philip Pendlebury are charged with "working on behalf of a…

Sports Illustrated Gears Up for College Football Season With a New Site

Campus Rush focuses on game-day culture

Sports Illustrated is gearing up for the college football season with the launch of its newest digital vertical, Campus Rush. The site, which officially debuted yesterday, focuses on the culture…

BuzzFeed Plans to Bring Its Brand of Viral Journalism to Japan

Partners with Yahoo after seeing spike in international readers

BuzzFeed's traffic numbers are prompting the company to think globally, and today it announced a dedicated editorial operation in Japan. To gain traction, it's partnering with Yahoo Japan. Greg Coleman, BuzzFeed…

How CafeMom Plans to Cater to Millennial Latinas

Big backing for mobile-first site Vivala

CafeMom is expanding beyond moms. The media company today launched Vivala, a mobile-first platform catering to millennial Hispanic women. The user-generated platform will be run by editor in chief Zuania Capó,…

Vice Launches Its First Female-Focused Content Hub, Broadly

New site hopes to 'elevate the coverage of women's interests'

Vice is still not ready to announce its much-rumored linear channel, but the media company unveiled its 11th digital channel today. Broadly is the first Vice site designed for women. Broadly…