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Vox Gets New Cash Infusion As Old School Media Herd Thins - Posted December 1, 2014
The future favors digital media -- and the tide is turning even faster than we thought it would. Vox, the company that just hired PR vet Fay Sliger of VICE and High10 Media... [PRNewser]

Vox Media Valued at $380 Million - Posted December 1, 2014
Vox Media -- publisher of Eater, Vox, The Verge, SBNation and more -- is doing quite well. According to The New York Times, the company is now valued at $380 million, after closing ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Vox Media Valued at $380 Million - Posted December 1, 2014
Vox Media -- publisher of Eater, Vox, The Verge, SBNation and more -- is doing quite well. According to The New York Times, the company is now valued at $380 million, after closing ... [FishbowlNY]

Four-Year-Old Vox Media Worth $380 Million - Posted December 1, 2014
Vox Media, publisher of Ezra Klein's start-up Vox.com, along with The Verge, SBNation, Eater, among others, just closed a $46.5 million investment deal with General Atlantic, a New York-based firm. The 4-year-old digital media company is now valued at an estimated $380 million, The New York Times first ... [FishbowlDC]

Eater Relaunch KOs Toronto, Vancouver Sites - Posted September 23, 2014
All is fair in love and waffles. Or something like that. Traffic may be up 250% since Vox Media acquired Eater eight months ago. But evidently, that upsurge wasn't coming from Canada. As part of the site's revamp, the Vancouver and Tor... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Eater Relaunch KOs Toronto, Vancouver Sites - Posted September 23, 2014
All is fair in love and waffles. Or something like that. Traffic may be up 250% since Vox Media acquired Eater eight months ago. But evidently, that upsurge wasn't coming from Canada. As part of the site's revamp, the Vancouver and Tor... [FishbowlNY]

Vox.com and News Flash Cards: What Do You Think? - Posted April 8, 2014
Finally Ezra Klein's Vox.com has ... [TVSpy]

Vox.com and News Flash Cards: What Do You Think? - Posted April 8, 2014
Finally Ezra Klein's Vox.com has ... [10,000 Words]

If Vox Media is the Next Cond Nast, Will Ezra Klein Build its New Yorker? - Posted January 27, 2014
Jim Bankoff sounded brazen in December 2012 discussing his plan for his little digital publisher Vox Media to someday rival the magazine titan housing The New Yorker, ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

If Vox Media is the Next Cond Nast, Will Ezra Klein Build its New Yorker? - Posted January 27, 2014
Jim Bankoff sounded brazen in December 2012 discussing his plan for his little digital publisher Vox Media to someday rival the magazine titan housing The New Yorker, ... [FishbowlNY]

Vox Media's Jim Bankoff: Longform Journalism Can't Exist 'In a Vacuum' - Posted July 26, 2013
We've written here on 10,000 Words about the great things Vox Media is doing with longform journalism. In Mediabistro's latest So What Do You Do interview, t... [TVSpy]

Vox Media's Jim Bankoff on How to Become CEO - Posted July 26, 2013
In the span of five years, Jim Bankoff, CEO of Vox Media, transformed what was a network of fan blogs into one of the fastest growing online publishers. In Mediabistro's latest ... [MediaJobsDaily]

Could SB Nation Be Coming To TV? - Posted June 13, 2013
ESPN has Grantland, which it built itself and is building out digitally. Turner Sports has Bleacher Report, which it acquired last year and has been featuring in TV segments. NBC Sports acquired Pro Football Talk, and now turned it into a TV show. Might SB Nation be next? To be sure, it... [TVNewser]

Video: SB Nation growing fast, opening NYC office - Posted May 2, 2011
In this interview with Beet TV, SB Nation chief executive officer Jim Bankoff discusses the expansion of his sports-blog company into other platforms including consumer technology. The company hired several former Endgadget employees, who will launch an as yet unnamed tech web site in the fall. These bloggers have already started... [SportsNewser]

Topolsky, Engadget Team To SB Nation To Build Tech Site - Posted April 4, 2011
Joshua Topolsky, formerly editor of Engadget, and his managing editor Nilay Patel both left the tech blog in mid-March, shortly after AOL's acquisition of the Huffington Post. Topolsky at the time said he was working on "a few fanta... [MediaJobsDaily]

Eight Defectors From AOL's Engadget Start New Tech Site - Posted April 4, 2011
Eight defectors from AOL's tech site Engadget are starting a new tech site with their former boss, Jim Bankoff, who now runs a federation of sports sites called ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Eight Defectors From AOL's Engadget Start New Tech Site - Posted April 4, 2011
Eight defectors from AOL's tech site Engadget are starting a new tech site with their former boss, Jim Bankoff, who now runs a federation of sports sites called ... [FishbowlNY]

SB Nation Reaches 100M Page Views in November, Eyes Expansion - Posted December 10, 2010
SB Nation reached a milestone in November: 100 million page views. Jim Bankoff, CEO of the network of nearly 300 professional sports blogs, spoke with ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

SB Nation Gets Paid - Posted November 8, 2010
Is this the equivalent of a young upstart phenom signing his first big contract? All Things D ... [SportsNewser]

Sports News Startup Nabs $7 Million - Posted July 17, 2009
Ex-AOLer Jim Bankoff has secured $7 million in funding for SBNation, Kara Swisher at AllthingsD reports. The sports news and blog startup combines over 200 local sports blogs under one banner. The site has betwe... [MediaJobsDaily]

Former AOL CEO Finds New Job With News Corp. - Posted March 30, 2009
The former head of AOL, Jon Miller, is joining News Corp in the new role of CEO, Digital Media ... [MediaJobsDaily]

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