This startup maintains a suite of news apps that aggregate content from trustworthy sources in journalism — the Associated Press, the Financial Times — as well as online outlets like the Huffington Post.
Social news aggregator Nuzzel has secured its first round of funding just a few months after its launch.
News aggregation site Digg unveiled Newsrooms today, a new section of the site that features automatically curated news content on specific topics like technology or politics.
Publishing corporation Condé Nast has spun off news aggregator Reddit.com into a fully-owned subsidiary that will operate autonomously from the company, the site announced today.
It looks like Kevin Rose isn’t taking his departure from news aggregator Digg so badly.
The story about Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden’s takedown has skyrocketed to the top of news aggregation sites like Condé Nast’s Reddit — showing that even tech geeks are rushing behind what might be one of the highest trafficked stories on the web of all time.
It looks like Digg founder Kevin Rose has found his rebound start-up after breaking up with Digg just about two weeks ago — a web application development lab called Milk.
Kevin Rose has left Digg, the news aggregation site he founded in 2004, after a few months of uncertainty over his role in the company.
Condé Nast-owned news aggregator Reddit announced today that the site had more than 1 billion pageviews in January.
With its launch of Election 2010: Citizen Sound-Off today, online news aggregator Topix is now the only website to couple localized voter information with a platform for open participation. But can it channel this big election into even bigger ad dollars?
Have you ever opened your RSS reader and felt like you’re gazing into the abyss at the gazillion unread items? Have you felt the guilty satisfaction of using the “Mark all as read” option? If so, Summify, a startup based in Vancouver, Canada, might be the answer to your prayers.
BuzzFeed, a New York City-based news aggregator, announced $3.5 million in Series A financing from Softbank and Hearst. Started by Huffington Post co-founder Jonah Peretti, the site launched in 2006 and is now receiving one million unique visitors a month.