FourFour is launching a new site, fourfournow.com, which will be dedicated to documenting, tracking and sharing stories about the people, companies, organizations and movements that shape the American way of life.
The site will include a section on the fourFourFourNow.com platform, which allows users to record and share their experiences and opinions on topics ranging from the latest news in the arts to political movements and government reform.
“FourFour has the largest and most diverse community of writers, editors, podcasters and producers in the US, and has consistently been the best place to share stories of people who have shaped the way we live our lives,” fourFour founder and CEO Scott Denson said in a statement.
“We look forward to building a platform that will be truly collaborative and that will allow the world to hear from our community.”
The site also will include articles that highlight the four FourFour newsrooms in the United States, including The New Yorker, The New Republic, and the Washington Post.
FourFour has partnered with Vox Media, The Verge, and other news outlets to create a new blog platform called Vox Now, which it said will be able to reach readers in more than 130 countries and territories.