Reddit is a platform for online communities to submit links, create content, and have discussions about whatever topic that interests them. Users can post links to content on the web and then the other users can vote the posted links up or down, causing them to appear more or less prominently on the site’s home page.
Parent Company
Conde Nast
San Francisco, US
Reddit was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People at Reddit

Steven Huffman

Steven Huffman

Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer
Marty Weiner

Marty Weiner

Alexis Ohanian

Alexis Ohanian

Co-founder and Executive Chairman

Reddit Office Locations

Reddit has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
420 Taylor St

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Reddit News and Updates

Atlas of Reddit’s /r/place makes sense of beautiful chaos

Reddit’s massive /r/place art experiment remains one of the most remarkable collaborative endeavors I’ve ever seen on the internet. Screw you, museums: this is really modern art. It’s dizzying to look at it and try to make sense of the many, many, different references, pictures, flags, and symbols p…

Reddit is down, we’re all doomed

The worst is upon us, internet friends: Reddit is down. On a Friday. The site underwent scheduled maintenance two hours prior to the time of writing, but it’s still down as of 12:08AM PDT/3:08AM EDT/9:08AM CEST/12:38PM IST. It’s likely that a site update went awry. Completed: The scheduled maintenan…

Reddit is changing, and Redditors aren’t happy about it

Reddit announced earlier this year that it was working on a site redesign, and one of the biggest changes is the elimination of custom community styles via CSS. Moderators who have coded their beautiful subbreddits with CSS for years are protesting vigorously. CEO Steve Huffman spoke with Reddit mod…

This Redditor is trolling the Conservatives with these sneaky websites

In the wake of Theresa May's sudden general election announcement on Tuesday, Britain is in full meltdown mode. Some people are taking advantage of the chaos, though. SEE ALSO: This woman's outraged response to the general election has gone gloriously viral Shortly after the news of the election…

Reddit's Place 'prank' drew thousands of users together in love and war

It started off as an April Fools' joke, but three days later, it's still going strong. Reddit's latest social experiment, Place, saw hundreds of thousands of users banding together to fight for a spot on a large online blank canvas.  SEE ALSO: Reddit is obsessed with bridges right now, from Gold…

Reddit’s ‘Place’ forces millions to work together in creating something beautiful

‘Place‘ is a collaborative canvas — and Reddit’s newest April Fools’ day social experiment — that challenges millions of users to work together in order to create something beautiful. Or, draw a bunch of dicks and meme references. The experiment is available on desktop, iOS and Android and it’s esse…
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