How do you get an article on BuzzFeed?
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Can you make money writing for BuzzFeed?
Reports indicate BuzzFeed pays an average of $0.25 a word, but it does vary. According to the submission guidelines for READER: “Were thrilled to work with and publish celebrated authors, but thats only part of the story.
How do I send a story to BuzzFeed?
To submit a pitch, email email@example.com. Please include the title of your piece with a few sentences about what it would look like and/or examples of points in your list. If youre new to us, feel free to include writing clips or samples from your previous work. Please do not send us completed drafts.
Is HuffPost owned by Verizon?
Verizon has owned HuffPost since it acquired AOL in 2015.
What has happened to HuffPost?
On February 16, 2021, Buzzfeeds acquisition of HuffPost officially closed. Shortly thereafter, on March 9, 2021, the CEO of BuzzFeed, Jonah Peretti, said that the company had lost around $20 million during the previous year.
To contact the BuzzFeed Communications team, email firstname.lastname@example.org. To contact the BuzzFeed News or HuffPost News PR team, email email@example.com.
Is working at BuzzFeed fun?
Its a freelance position. The pay is less competitive than industry standard. The projects are lots of fun and the production teams are creative and enjoyable to work with.
Who is behind BuzzFeed?
BuzzFeedType of businessPrivateOwnersJonah Peretti NBCUniversal Verizon Media (Minority shareholder)Founder(s)Jonah Peretti John S. Johnson IIIKey peopleJonah Peretti (CEO) Dao Nguyen (Publisher) Ben Smith (Editor-in-chief) Lee Brown (CRO) Carole Robinson (CCO) Rhonda Powell (General counsel) Eric W. Muhlheim (CFO)11 more rows
Is BuzzFeed owned by Verizon?
The BuzzFeed founder Jonah Peretti, who helped found HuffPost 15 years ago, will serve as the chief executive. As part of the arrangement, Verizon Media will become a minority shareholder in BuzzFeed, the companies said, but it will not have a seat on BuzzFeeds board.