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On December 10, 2016, CNN launched a new partnership with the online news aggregator BuzzFeed.
It was meant to be a way to spread CNN’s original journalism and to help the company expand its reach.
Instead, it was the perfect way to further legitimize the organization.
But that was exactly what CNN’s relationship with BuzzFeed had become: a way for the company to continue using its name and brand to boost the fortunes of its own advertisers, while simultaneously making the ads look good.
BuzzFeed was a perfect example of a media company using its platform to monetize its own news.
The company was already the largest news company in the world, and had been for decades.
CNN, meanwhile, was just starting to gain prominence, and the brand of the news organization it created had already proven itself over the past two decades.
But what the BuzzFeed partnership actually did was turn the brand from a way CNN could continue to spread its news and provide valuable insight to its audiences, to a way BuzzFeed could monetize the brand by using it as a way that CNN could profit from the ad-driven nature of its content.
CNN had been a media brand for decades, but it was only after BuzzFeed’s launch that it started to feel like a legitimate, viable entity, one that could grow its audience and make money off of its news.
BuzzFeed’s relationship to CNN is a perfect illustration of how media companies can monetize their brands without actually having to produce content themselves.
In this way, BuzzFeed’s partnership with CNN helped to legitimize CNN’s news and expose its audience to a new audience.
The two companies also both had some very similar business models: BuzzFeed’s goal was to grow its audiences by using its content as a platform for advertisers to pitch to.
And CNN was looking to capitalize on that revenue by turning its own brand into a tool for advertisers.
In many ways, the relationship between CNN and BuzzFeed could be viewed as a model for how to create a sustainable news company.
BuzzFeed has a similar model, where the company is focused on delivering useful information for the user, not advertising.
BuzzFeed also has a very similar model: The BuzzFeed model is very much about monetizing news, but in this case, the company also focuses on making its content more useful for advertisers, by providing advertisers with relevant content that they can use as a tool to reach more people.
BuzzFeed is using its news platform to build a brand for itself, to help it make money on advertising.
It has no intention of producing news or creating new sources of revenue.
The reason why BuzzFeed was able to capitalize by monetizing its brand, instead of just selling it as news, is because its business model is unique.
BuzzFeed makes money by advertising through social media.
It uses its social media platform to sell content to advertisers.
The ads that it sells are also generated by the content that it is able to create, because BuzzFeed makes content for itself.
BuzzFeed does not make any money from its own content.
BuzzFeed relies on advertising on the content it produces.
It also relies on its audience for ad revenue, and these sources of ad revenue are both built through social platforms.
This relationship between BuzzFeed and CNN has helped it grow its readership, and it has also helped it make a lot of money from the revenue generated from its advertising.
But it is this relationship that is not unique to BuzzFeed.
BuzzFeed and other media companies have also built relationships with Facebook and Google, two platforms that are increasingly dominated by internet advertising.
Both platforms have long-term deals with Facebook that provide them with exclusive partnerships with users.
Facebook has also made a deal with Google that allows them to use Google search and the results of their search results to target users with advertising.
In addition, Facebook has long had a relationship with Google, which allows them access to their search engine.
So these partnerships allow companies to continue to use these platforms to connect with their audiences without having to actually produce their own content themselves, but at the same time, they give the platforms the ability to monetise their audiences by connecting them with advertisers.
This type of business model has become very popular in the past few years.
For example, BuzzFeed and a number of other media organizations have signed up with Facebook to sell ads on its website, BuzzFeed.com, and other platforms.
The goal of these deals is to make sure that Facebook and YouTube users who use the sites get more advertising from the companies they are trying to reach, while also letting advertisers get more money from these users by linking their content to their pages.
It is a business model that has a lot in common with the BuzzFeed model, which is built around the idea that news organizations like CNN should monetize through their own ads.
BuzzFeed, meanwhile (and other media outlets), is building a business from the ground up.
The companies that have built relationships and become successful through these business models have used the platforms they built to build their audiences.
But in some cases, they have also used these platforms for something other