On Tuesday night, BuzzFeed News showed the Twitter audience what election night coverage could look like for millennials.
Every so often the stars align and the panel gods break the monotonous cycle of dispassionate, talking point-riddled "new media" discussions.
The relentless news landscape of micro scoops can swallow up even the most reputable news organizations and journalists.
In the age of 140-character tweets, aggregated blog posts and throwaway slide shows, common sense says you can’t expect the Web generation’s ADD-addled minds to spend more than a few minutes with any sort of content.
Another week, another newsworthy hire at BuzzFeed. Today, the rapidly expanding social news site announced the hire of Doree Shafrir as executive editor from RollingStone.com, where she was a senior editor.
Viral media and news site BuzzFeed, which made waves last month by snagging star Politico blogger Ben Smith as its new editor in chief, announced today that it raised $15.5 million in funding from New
Late last night, the news that Politico writer Ben Smith would be joining viral content site BuzzFeed as its new editor-in-chief sent waves through the media sphere.