As part of our ongoing focus on diversity at BuzzFeed, I shared this information with our employees.
I shared this with BuzzFeed Motion Pictures today.
Some of our eagle eyed readers may have noticed a small padlock icon in their browser’s address bar when visiting BuzzFeed.com. That padlock means that BuzzFeed is being served to you over HTTPS, which is a much more secure version of traditional HTTP, the backbone of much of the web’s traffic.
This is what goes into creating a daily news newsletter product for an international audience.
We're live, people!
Estamos no ar, pessoal!
2015, what's good?
Moving forward starts with looking back. Press play for 2015. See how watching BuzzFeed videos on YouTube changed people's lives and impacted communities.
We love data, maps, emoji, lists, timelines, galleries — all of the formats.
I shared this note with BuzzFeeders this week.
As part of our annual look at diversity at BuzzFeed, I shared this data with our employees.
The BuzzFeed News App is now available for Android, and we'll be coming soon to a campus near you - joined by a presidential candidate or two.
An email to the BuzzFeed team
For immediate release
Joint venture launched this month.
It's good for the world, it's good for business, and it's good for our company culture.
It's like your friend who always knows what’s going on before anyone else — in app form because we haven't built a robot. Not yet, anyway.
Send your readers something that they'll appreciate.
In an earlier post, I wrote about what we learned from prototyping the BuzzFeed News newsletter in public. This post shares more of what we’ve learned and how we’ve applied those lessons to the forthcoming app.
Introducing BuzzFeed’s Open Lab for Journalism, Technology, and the Arts.
Jess Mendes and Chris Unera, former Creative Fellows, talk about their experiences working in BuzzFeed Creative Services.
Becoming indifferent to platforms, but publishing as usual.
We all grow up (eventually). But staying curious is a great default.
How #teamnewsapp will distinguish "news about the news" from actual news when sending push notifications.
The forthcoming BuzzFeed News app will include lots of links. But we want to provide lots of news natively within the app's stream, too.
With our public-but-highly selective beta launch imminent, the editorial team on #teamnewsapp is sharing what we’ve learned so far, what we’re continuing to experiment with, and what we’re still trying to figure out.
The BuzzFeed News app team philosophy on push notifications: go beyond regurgitating headlines. This is a look at how we're providing extra information — without being long-winded.