Vox Media

Vox Media is one of the fastest growing online publishers, focused on the sports, personal technology and gaming categories.  Vox is solving the problem of developing high-value digital journalism, storytelling and brand advertising at scale.  Its audiences are among the most engaged and affluent on the web. Vox Media was named Digital Publisher of the Year by Digiday in 2013. SB Nation, its sports brand, boasts over 30mm users per month across 300 individually branded, fan-centric sports communities, each covering a specific professional or college team, league or sport. In November 2011, Vox Media launched The Verge, which has quickly established itself as a category leader and the fastest growing site that covers technology. In October, Vox launched Polygon, a site dedicated to news and community for fans of gaming, anchored by an all-star roster of writers. All Vox Media sites are built on Chorus, its world-class proprietary publishing platform. The company enjoys support from leading investors including Accel Partners, Comcast Interactive Capital, Khosla Ventures and Allen & Company.
Washington, US
504 (est)+2%

Key People at Vox Media

Justin Glow

Justin Glow

Director of Product
Ryan Gantz

Ryan Gantz

Director of User Experience
Jim Bankoff

Jim Bankoff

CEO & Chairman
Tyler Bleszinski

Tyler Bleszinski

President, Founder
Pablo Mercado

Pablo Mercado

VP of Technology
Trei Brundrett

Trei Brundrett

Chief Product Officer

Vox Media Locations

Washington, US
San Francisco, US
New York, US
Los Angeles, US
Austin, US
Chicago, US

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Vox Media Summary

Founding Date


Total Funding

$308 M

Latest funding size

$200 M

Time since last funding

about 1 year


Accel Partners, Comcast Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Allen & Company, Ted Leonsis, General Atlantic, NBC Universal

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