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How America became a superpower
How America became a superpower
Published: 2016/11/23
Channel: Vox
Star Wars’ infamous Holiday Special, explained
Star Wars’ infamous Holiday Special, explained
Published: 2017/12/14
Channel: Vox
Why this elbow is a TIME person of the year
Why this elbow is a TIME person of the year
Published: 2017/12/13
Channel: Vox
The diet that helps fight climate change
The diet that helps fight climate change
Published: 2017/12/12
Channel: Vox
We need to change how we bury the dead
We need to change how we bury the dead
Published: 2017/08/24
Channel: Vox
NASA
NASA's plan to save Earth from a giant asteroid
Published: 2017/12/08
Channel: Vox
Open offices are overrated
Open offices are overrated
Published: 2017/10/04
Channel: Vox
Vox: Understand The News
Vox: Understand The News
Published: 2014/03/17
Channel: Vox
Vox Day (Virtue Of The West)
Vox Day (Virtue Of The West)
Published: 2017/03/14
Channel: Brittany Pettibone
These factory workers get paid to go to school
These factory workers get paid to go to school
Published: 2017/12/11
Channel: Vox
Why we still need courtroom sketch artists
Why we still need courtroom sketch artists
Published: 2017/10/06
Channel: Vox
2016 Olympics: What Rio doesn’t want the world to see
2016 Olympics: What Rio doesn’t want the world to see
Published: 2016/06/27
Channel: Vox
America’s creepy clown craze, explained - Vox
America’s creepy clown craze, explained - Vox
Published: 2016/10/11
Channel: Vox
The Israel-Palestine conflict: a brief, simple history
The Israel-Palestine conflict: a brief, simple history
Published: 2016/01/20
Channel: Vox
ISIS videos are sickening. They’re also really effective.
ISIS videos are sickening. They’re also really effective.
Published: 2015/07/06
Channel: Vox
The all-American fruit you
The all-American fruit you've probably never heard of
Published: 2017/11/15
Channel: Vox
How Technicolor changed movies
How Technicolor changed movies
Published: 2017/12/01
Channel: Vox
What makes a truly great logo
What makes a truly great logo
Published: 2015/12/28
Channel: Vox
How J Dilla humanized his MPC3000
How J Dilla humanized his MPC3000
Published: 2017/12/06
Channel: Vox
Why fact-checking can’t stop Trump’s lies
Why fact-checking can’t stop Trump’s lies
Published: 2017/08/30
Channel: Vox
Building a border at 4,600 meters
Building a border at 4,600 meters
Published: 2017/11/28
Channel: Vox
Vox Cast Transmission 9: Tabletop Tactics Website Launch - COMPETITION NOW CLOSED
Vox Cast Transmission 9: Tabletop Tactics Website Launch - COMPETITION NOW CLOSED
Published: 2016/05/23
Channel: Tabletop Tactics
A brief history of America and Cuba
A brief history of America and Cuba
Published: 2016/04/12
Channel: Vox
The real reason American health care is so expensive
The real reason American health care is so expensive
Published: 2017/11/30
Channel: Vox
Why cartoon characters wear gloves
Why cartoon characters wear gloves
Published: 2017/02/02
Channel: Vox
Why women’s clothing sizes don’t make sense
Why women’s clothing sizes don’t make sense
Published: 2016/08/03
Channel: Vox
The "this is fine" bias in cable news
The "this is fine" bias in cable news
Published: 2017/08/03
Channel: Vox
The US medical system is still haunted by slavery
The US medical system is still haunted by slavery
Published: 2017/12/07
Channel: Vox
Tucker Carlson vs. Tim Lee of Vox News - Your Website Has Fake News, Should You Be Shut Down?
Tucker Carlson vs. Tim Lee of Vox News - Your Website Has Fake News, Should You Be Shut Down?
Published: 2016/12/11
Channel: Maria Semyon
Vidya Vox - Diamonds (ft. Arjun) (Official Video)
Vidya Vox - Diamonds (ft. Arjun) (Official Video)
Published: 2017/07/09
Channel: Vidya Vox
Why people think they see ghosts
Why people think they see ghosts
Published: 2017/07/11
Channel: Vox
The military coup in Zimbabwe, explained
The military coup in Zimbabwe, explained
Published: 2017/11/18
Channel: Vox
VOX App Review
VOX App Review
Published: 2016/05/11
Channel: Ivan Polanco
The science is in: Exercise isn’t the best way to lose weight
The science is in: Exercise isn’t the best way to lose weight
Published: 2016/06/29
Channel: Vox
This plane could cross the Atlantic in 3.5 hours. Why did it fail?
This plane could cross the Atlantic in 3.5 hours. Why did it fail?
Published: 2016/07/19
Channel: Vox
The fight to make bad jobs better
The fight to make bad jobs better
Published: 2017/12/04
Channel: Vox
The hidden oil patterns on bowling lanes
The hidden oil patterns on bowling lanes
Published: 2017/07/13
Channel: Vox
The Middle East
The Middle East's cold war, explained
Published: 2017/07/17
Channel: Vox
Vidya Vox - Kuthu Fire (Official Video)
Vidya Vox - Kuthu Fire (Official Video)
Published: 2017/03/02
Channel: Vidya Vox
Why this awful sounding album is a masterpiece
Why this awful sounding album is a masterpiece
Published: 2017/10/28
Channel: Vox
Europe’s most fortified border is in Africa
Europe’s most fortified border is in Africa
Published: 2017/12/05
Channel: Vox
How the triplet flow took over rap
How the triplet flow took over rap
Published: 2017/09/15
Channel: Vox
This jet fighter is a disaster, but Congress keeps buying it
This jet fighter is a disaster, but Congress keeps buying it
Published: 2017/01/26
Channel: Vox
How Snapchat
How Snapchat's filters work
Published: 2016/06/28
Channel: Vox
Justin Trudeau is pretty sure you won
Justin Trudeau is pretty sure you won't move to Canada | 2016ish #1
Published: 2016/03/25
Channel: Vox
How a recording-studio mishap shaped
How a recording-studio mishap shaped '80s music
Published: 2017/08/18
Channel: Vox
Rapping, deconstructed: The best rhymers of all time
Rapping, deconstructed: The best rhymers of all time
Published: 2016/05/19
Channel: Vox
The environmental cost of free two-day shipping
The environmental cost of free two-day shipping
Published: 2017/11/17
Channel: Vox
Sia - Cheap Thrills (Vidya Vox Cover) (ft. Shankar Tucker & Akshaya Tucker)
Sia - Cheap Thrills (Vidya Vox Cover) (ft. Shankar Tucker & Akshaya Tucker)
Published: 2016/07/27
Channel: Vidya Vox
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Published: 2015/03/09
Channel: Vox
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Vox
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Type of site
News and opinion website
Available in English
Owner Vox Media
Website www.vox.com
Alexa rank Decrease 1,355 (as of November 2017)[1]
Commercial Yes
Registration Optional
Launched April 6, 2014; 3 years ago (2014-04-06)
Current status Active

Vox is an American news and opinion website owned by Vox Media. The website was founded in 2014 by Melissa Bell and Ezra Klein. Vox is noted for its concept of explanatory journalism and its use of "card stacks" that define terms and provide context within an article.

History[edit]

Ezra Klein left The Washington Post in January 2014 for a position with Vox Media, the publishers of the sports website SB Nation, technology website The Verge, and video gaming website Polygon.[2] The New York Times described Vox Media as "a technology company that produces media" rather than its inverse, associated with "Old Media".[2] Klein expected to "improve the technology of news" and build an online platform better equipped for making news understandable.[2] The new site's 20-person staff was chosen for their expertise in topic areas and included Slate's Matthew Yglesias, Melissa Bell, and Klein's colleagues from The Washington Post.[2][3]

Vox launched in early April 2014 with Klein as its editor-in-chief. His opening editorial essay, "How politics makes us stupid", explained his distress about political polarization in the context of Yale Law School professor Dan Kahan's theories on how people protect themselves from information that conflicts with their core beliefs.[4]

In June 2016, Vox suspended contributor Emmett Rensin for a series of tweets calling for anti-Trump riots, including one on June 3, 2016 that urged, "If Trump comes to your town, start a riot." The tweets drew attention after violent anti-Trump protests took place in San Jose, California on the day of Rensin's tweet.[5][6][7][8] Elizabeth Plank was hired in 2016 as a political correspondent.[9]

In September 2017, Vox announced that Ezra Klein would be taking a new role as editor-at-large, and that Klein's deputy, Lauren Williams, would be named editor in chief.[10]

Content[edit]

In order to reuse work from authors prior to the relaunch in 2014, Vox creates "card stacks" in bright "canary yellow" that provide context and define terms within an article. The cards are perpetually maintained as a form of "wiki page written by one person with a little attitude".[11] As an example, a card about the term "insurance exchange" may be reused on stories about the Affordable Care Act.[11]

The site uses Vox Media's Chorus content management system, which enables journalists to easily create articles with complex visual effects and transitions, such as photos that change as the reader scrolls.[11] Vox Media's properties target educated households with six-figure incomes and a head of house less than 35 years old.[11]

YouTube[edit]

Vox has a YouTube channel by the same name where they have regularly posted videos on news and informational subjects since 2014. These videos are accompanied by an article on their website. The themes covered in the videos are usually similar to the themes covered in the regular, written articles on the website.[citation needed]

The channel has over 3 million subscribers and over 651 million views as of October 2017.[12]

Content surrounds both current affairs, timeline of certain events, and interesting facts.

Reception[edit]

In March 2014, before it had officially launched, Vox was criticized by conservative media commentators, including Erick Erickson, for a video it had published.[13]

The website's launch received significant media attention.[14] Websites noted that the launch came around the same time as other data and explainer websites like FiveThirtyEight and the New York Times' The Upshot.[15][16] Vox was described as using "Upworthy" style headlines to enhance shareability and to act as a "Wikipedia for ongoing news stories."[14]

Shortly after it launched, conservative writer David Harsanyi criticized the site's concept of "explanatory journalism" in an article in The Federalist titled "How Vox makes us stupid", arguing that the website selectively chose facts, and that "explanatory journalism" inherently leaves out opposing viewpoints and different perspectives.[17] Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry at The Week argued that the website produced "partisan commentary in question-and-answer disguise" and criticized the site for having a "starting lineup [that] was mostly made up of ideological liberals."[18] The Week's Ryu Spaeth described the site's operations as, "It essentially takes the news (in other words, what is happening in the world at any given moment in time) and frames it in a way that appeals to its young, liberal audience."[19]

The Economist, commenting on Klein's launching essay "How politics makes us stupid," said the website was "bright and promising" and the premise behind the site was "profoundly honourable," and positively compared the site's mission to John Keats's negative capability.[4]

The New York Times's David Carr associated Klein's exit for Vox with other "big-name journalists" leaving newspapers for digital start-ups, such as Walter Mossberg and Kara Swisher (Re/code), David Pogue, and Nate Silver.[2]

In December 2014, the website Deadspin wrote a post listing each time Vox ran a correction for a factual error in an article.[20] In an opinion piece in The Washington Times, Christopher J. Harper criticized the site for numerous reporting mistakes.[21]

In 2015, the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry presented Julia Belluz the Robert B. Balles Prize for Critical Thinking for her work on Vox. "We need more people in the media doing what Julia Bellux does ..."[22]

Readership[edit]

In June 2015, Vox had 54.1 million unique visitors, of which 41% were between the ages of 18 and 34, according to comScore Inc.[23]

In a 2017 Nieman Lab interview, Ezra Klein stated of Vox's audience: "We watch our audience data pretty closely, and our audience data does not show or suggest to us that we are overwhelmingly read on one side or the other of the political sphere, which is good...And overall our audience leans a bit left, but it doesn’t lean overwhelmingly so."[24]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Vox.com Site Overview". Alexa Internet. Retrieved November 21, 2017. 
  2. ^ a b c d e Carr, David (January 26, 2014). "Ezra Klein Is Joining Vox Media as Web Journalism Asserts Itself". The New York Times. Archived from the original on December 26, 2014. Retrieved December 26, 2014. 
  3. ^ Vox.com is going to be a great test of Ezra Klein’s critique of journalism, Columbia Journalism Review (April 7, 2014).
  4. ^ a b "Ezra Klein's strangled Vox". The Economist. April 11, 2014. ISSN 0013-0613. Retrieved November 4, 2016. 
  5. ^ Byers, Dylan (June 3, 2016). "Vox suspends editor for encouraging riots at Donald Trump rallies". CNN. Retrieved June 3, 2016. 
  6. ^ Halper, Evan (June 3, 2016). "Vox suspends editor who called for anti-Trump riots". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved June 3, 2016. 
  7. ^ Emmett Rensin [emmettrensin] (June 2, 2016). "Advice: If Trump comes to your town, start a riot" (Twitter post). Retrieved June 2, 2016. 
  8. ^ Wemple, Eric (June 3, 2016). "What will a suspension do for a Vox editor who urged anti-Trump riots?". Washington Post. Retrieved June 5, 2016. 
  9. ^ "Vox Snags Mic's Elizabeth Plank for Election Coverage". The Hollywood Reporter. 2016-03-01. Retrieved 2017-06-24. 
  10. ^ Stelter, Brian. "Lauren Williams named editor in chief of Vox; Ezra Klein to be editor at large". CNN Money. Retrieved 2017-09-29. 
  11. ^ a b c d Kaufman, Leslie (April 6, 2014). "Vox Takes Melding of Journalism and Technology to a New Level". The New York Times. Archived from the original on December 26, 2014. Retrieved December 26, 2014. 
  12. ^ "Vox Channel About Page". 
  13. ^ Cosman, Ben. "Ezra Klein's Vox Is Already Being Labeled 'Left-Wing Propaganda' by Conservatives". The Atlantic. Retrieved November 3, 2016. 
  14. ^ a b "How Vox is going to make its way to the top". The Daily Dot. April 7, 2014. Retrieved November 4, 2016. 
  15. ^ "The Upshot, Vox and FiveThirtyEight: data journalism's golden age, or TMI?". The Guardian. April 22, 2014. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved November 4, 2016. 
  16. ^ "Ezra Klein launches news site Vox.com". USA TODAY. Retrieved November 4, 2016. 
  17. ^ Politics. "How Vox makes us stupid". Retrieved March 17, 2016. 
  18. ^ "Vox, derp, and the intellectual stagnation of the left". The Week. Retrieved March 17, 2016. 
  19. ^ Ryu Spaeth (July 21, 2015). "The Gawker meltdown and the Vox-ification of the news media". Retrieved October 24, 2016. 
  20. ^ Draper, Kevin. "46 Times Vox Totally Fucked Up A Story". The Concourse. Retrieved November 4, 2016. 
  21. ^ Harper, Christopher (January 7, 2015). "Vox news website needs to take serious look at how it 'reinvents' journalism". The Washingtion Times. Retrieved March 17, 2016. 
  22. ^ Fidalgo, Paul (2016). "CSI's Balles Prize in Critical Thinking Awarded to Julia Belluz of Vox.com". Skeptical Inquirer. 40 (5): 6. 
  23. ^ Alpert, Lukas I. Comcast Invests $200 Million in Vox Media. The Wall Street Journal. August 12, 2015. Accessed on 2016-06-26.
  24. ^ "Ezra Klein hopes Vox can change the fact that "people who are more into the news read the news more"". Nieman Lab. Retrieved 2017-11-20. 

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