Digg operates a website that enables its users to find, read, and share the most interesting and talked about stories on the internet. It is an editorially driven front page, aiming to select stories related to science, politics, and viral internet issues. Digg also enables users to find stories on their iOS or Android devices through its mobile apps; and delivers stories via daily emails.

Employee Rating

4.3More
TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyBuySellAds
HQNew York, US
Founded2004
Websitedigg.com
Digg was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in New York, US

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Key People/Management at Digg

Michael Young

Michael Young

CTO
L.V. Anderson

L.V. Anderson

Managing Editor
Eliza Bray

Eliza Bray

Operations
Joey Cosco

Joey Cosco

Social Media and Branded Content Editor
Corey Brandl

Corey Brandl

Senior Account Executive
Mathew Olson

Mathew Olson

Associate Editor
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Digg Office Locations

Digg has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
109 S 5th St, Brooklyn
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Digg Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

In total, Digg had raised $49 m. Digg is a subsidiary of BuySellAds

Digg Operating Metrics

Y, 2014

Videos Curated

3.34 k

Homepage Stories Curated

22.01 k

Originally-Written Pieces Curated

227

Reads per Day

3 m
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Digg Online and Social Media Presence

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Digg Blogs

In Memphis, Journalism Can Still Bring Justice

The nonprofit newsroom MLK50, founded by Wendi C. Thomas, aims to carry on the work that Martin Luther King Jr. started.

When All Of New York City Stopped Reading The News At Once

For 17 days in the summer of 1945 there was no news in New York City. Well, there were no newspapers. Well, it was hard to get a newspaper.

Is Ben Smith's Column About Ronan Farrow Too Good To Be True?

A close examination reveals the weaknesses in what may be called an overcorrection for resistance journalism.

With Cuts At Vice, Quartz And Buzzfeed, Even Media's Savviest Digital Players Are Hurting

Companies that aimed to find a new fiscal model are hit by the same crisis of ad revenue as newspapers.

How The 'Call Her Daddy' Podcast Feud Boiled Over

The podcast built a loyal audience. So did its hosts. But in the past month, the "Call Her Daddy" empire has tumbled, exposing the inevitable issues media companies face when their star employees morph into powerful influencers.

Trump's Favorite TV Network Is Post-Parody

One America News is the straight truth for Trump fans and completely surreal for everyone else.
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Digg Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Digg founded?

    Digg was founded in 2004.

  • Who are Digg key executives?

    Digg's key executives are Michael Young, L.V. Anderson and Eliza Bray.

  • Who are Digg competitors?

    Competitors of Digg include ATTN:, Flipboard and The Perspective.

  • Where is Digg headquarters?

    Digg headquarters is located at 109 S 5th St, Brooklyn, New York.

  • Where are Digg offices?

    Digg has an office in New York.

  • How many offices does Digg have?

    Digg has 1 office.