Vox Media's inaugural 2015 Newfront presentation at The Paley Center for Media in New York City. The presentation featured the announcement of Chorus for Advertisers, Vox Media’s new content marketing solution for brands that leverages the same storytelling formats, insights, product technology, and distribution capabilities that we’ve used to build our own media brands to help advertisers build theirs. Presenters: Vox Media CEO Jim Bankoff, Vox.com Editor-in-Chief Ezra Klein, Eater Editor-in-Chief Amanda Kludt, Vox Creative Global Head of Brand Strategy Lindsay Nelson, and Vox Media Global Head of Revenue Mike Hadgis. Vox Media is redefining the modern media company by empowering the smartest digital voices with the technology to create and distribute premium content, and connect with an audience of 160 million affluent and educated young adults worldwide. Vox Media is eight distinct media brands: Vox.com (News), The Verge (Technology and Culture), SB Nation (Sports) Polygon (Gaming), Eater (Food and Nightlife), Racked (Shopping, Beauty and Fashion), Re/code (Technology Business), and Curbed (Real Estate and Home).
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