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Vox Media Launches Its First TV Show on A+E Network’s FYI

Vox Media is crashing the NewFronts party.

UPDATED: DigitasLBi Inks Production Deal With Vice and Reels in Vox’s New Native Ads

At its Digital Content NewFronts presentation Thursday, DigitasLBi announced a production partnership with Vice and unveiled a deal with Vox Media that gives it first rights to Vox's native advertising product Chorus for Advertisers. 

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All of San Francisco Hates NFL Red Zone Advertising

Here's an agreement between The Northern California Toyota Dealers Association and the San Francisco 49ers that seems to have caught viewers’ attention in all the wrong ways: During the team’s first 2014 preseason game on CBS affiliate KPIX last Thursday,

Vox Media Studio Produces Baseball-themed Web Video Show for Jeep

SB Nation's new video series, A Day's Work, has several interesting things going for it: baseball legend Wade Boggs, an insider's look at unique baseball stadiums, and the workers who do odd jobs around the ballparks.It also has a major corporate sponsor in Jeep. In fact, A Day's Work—the first video series produced by Vox Media's in-house creative services arm—was conceived specifically to promote the Jeep Patriot.

Vox Creative to Include New Display Units and Analytics

Vox Media, publisher of The Verge, SB Nation and

SB Nation Sets Daily Traffic Record During the Super Bowl

Last Sunday, Web traffic took a 15 percent dive from normal patterns during the afternoon and evening as Americans across the country raided supermarkets, premptively loosened belt buckles and trudged to their respective parties to watch Super Bowl XLVII.

Sportswriters Go Long Online

As any literary-minded technophile will tell you, the Internet has become a haven for lengthy, high-quality prose, with sites from the Awl to BuzzFeed regularly churning out 4,000-word stories. But it’s not just rambling book reviews and art-world treatises.

SB Nation Relaunches, Hires First Editorial Director

As digital publishing tools evolve, it’s not unusual for websites to see gradual design tweaks and minor facelifts. But for SB Nation, which rolls out an extensive re-launch this morning, this is no facelift. This is full-scale reconstructive surgery.