Vox Media is a digital media company offering journalism, storytelling, and commentary on events, lifestyle, entertainment, sports, food, technology, and fashion that is headquartered in Washington, District of Columbia and was founded in 2003 by Jerome Armstrong, Markos Moulitsas, and Tyler Bleszinski. Media subsidiary companies of Vox Media include New York, Intelligencer, The Cut, Vulture, Grub Street, The Strategist, The Verge, Vox, Recode, SBNATION, Polygon, Eater, Curbed, Concert, Chorus, Coral, Forte, Voxcreative, Voxmedia Studios, Epic, and Voxmedia Podcast Network. According to the companies website they have reached over 800 million people, reach 125 million people per month on their websites, reach over 200 million people using their publisher-led concert marketplace, have over 500 websites, and more than 200 podcasts.
Vox Media offers its customers advertising solutions using their media network and media platforms. They offer publisher-led advertising, written and video advertising, digital display advertising, podcast advertisements, and event advertising. The company leverages data science to offer advanced advertising targeting and development of custom audiences for advertisers.
Documentaries, videos and podcasts
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