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  • Reddit’s news site is a comment-free zone
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Reddit’s news site is a comment-free zone

When Reddit launched its Upvoted podcast in early 2015, it was with the intention of highlighting the user-generated stories that often get highjacked by mainstream media. The site has now thrown caution to the wind, opting to launch its own standalone news website, also called Upvoted.

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