The news blogs are most efficient and quick ways of being connected and being educated about all the happenings of around.
News of any field are must to know for a person. Not being updated about the world of any field is not appreciated today, in the world of internet with so many news applications and online newspapers. Also, blogging today has not limited itself only to one writing for the sake of fun or themselves. It has evolved and today, news blogs are very diverse and instantly informative.
The Huffington Post Arianna Huffington, Kenneth Lerer, and Jonah Peretti in 2005, the blog was acquired by AOL in February 2011 for $315 million and has thousands of bloggers who contribute newsworthy written content on a wide range of topics. The Huffington Post updates us with a variety of range from world news to entertainment and to business!
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The Buzzfeed was started in 2006 and is a trendy page for news on entertainment and social media. It mainly targets the millenials. The buzzfeed hit it actually as a brand of their own when they started to put out long journalised news on serious topics like technology, business, politics and more. The secret of BuzzFeed’s success has a lot to do with the image-heavy listicles published on their platform and end up often going viral.
The Mashable was found by 2005 by Pete Cashmore, the mashable is the most go-to source for the news on digital culture. It provides news on the video entertainment, culture, tech, science, business, social good, and more. They also different tabs for australia, India, Asia, france and the UK. It sees 45 million monthly unique visitors, 28 million social media followers, and 7.5 million social shares a month.
TechCrunch was found in 2005 by Michael Arrington, which focuses on blogging about all the breaking news about in technology, computers, internet culture, social media, products, media, products, websites, and startup companies. The blog has number of RSS subscribers and inspired the launch of the TechCrunch Network. It also has a number of related websites like Crunch Notes, Mobile Crunch, and Crunch Gear. AOL acquired TechCrunch in september 2010 for $25million.
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Business Insider in February 2009 which originally focuses on Financial, Media, Technology. It also added some topics such as sports, travel, entertainment, and lifestyle. With international editions in regions including Australia, India, Malaysia, and Indonesia, the blog offers some of the most up-to-date information on current events and related topics.
The Think Progress is perfect place for news about Politics. Think Progress is associated with the Center for American Progress Action Fund, which is a non profit organisation that seeks to provide information for the advancements of progressive ideas and policies. Some of the main sections include on the blog include climate, politics, LGBTQ issue, world news, and Video.
The Daily Beast
The daily beast was launched in October 2008, and formed by editor of Vanity Fair and the New Yorker – Tina Brown. The Daily Beast reports on news on various section as wide as politics, entertainment, books, fashion, innovation, business U.S. news, world news, U.S. news, tech, arts & culture, drink & food and style. It now attracts over one million visitors each and every day.
The Next Web
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The Next Web is a blog which focuses on news, apps, tech, creativity, and much more. The blog was launched in as a result of organising a technological conference, which was held in 2006. After conducting 2 more annual conferences, next blog was launched in 2008 and has grown popular since then.
Engadget should be on the top of the list who like to know it all about consumer electronics and digital appliance. Engadget is the perfect place to know it all about smartphone to computer and to cameras. Engadget was founded in 2004 by former Gizmodo editor Peter Rojas and purchased by AOL in 2005. Its talented team helps produce some of the best videos, reviews, and features about technology.
Gizmodo focuses on delivering information on digital culture and consumer electronics. It was formerly a part of the Gawker Media network. It was found in 2002 by Petre Rojas, before he was sought out by weblogs inc.