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Mar 26, 2014

Move over, BuzzFeed: how Junkee is making its own way (and making money) online

If Junkee can survive BuzzFeed, the team at Sound Alliance will have created something rather unique. But read the fine print on who's paying for some of the content.

Myriam Robin — Media Reporter

Myriam Robin

Media Reporter

Smart, ballsy or funny — that’s how Sound Alliance CEO Neil Ackland describes the vision he and his team had for upstart pop culture website Junkee.

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2 thoughts on “Move over, BuzzFeed: how Junkee is making its own way (and making money) online

  1. Richard

    Been increasingly impressed with Junkee, they cover the youth/pop culture stuff without dumbing it down too much or resorting to clickbait. Worth subscribing to their mailing list.

  2. fractious

    I’m of an age that is probably well outside junkee’s “target demographic”, and I confess a lot of its feed doesn’t interest me at all. Nonetheless, this (from late last year) was one of the best things I read on the innernet evar:

    http://junkee.com/an-opinion-piece-on-a-controversial-topic/23161

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