Satirical videos from European countries and beyond vie to be second best in Trump's "America First" world. They show the power of streaming and the enduring strength of nations.
Once again, no big whoops. It's getting a little hard to hype Super Bowl ads.
Brand strategy and research company BrainJuicer will be tabulating scientifically analyzed "live" viewer reaction to Super Bowl ads and reporting it, live, on Facebook, Twitter and its own blog.
Comedy Central's "Handy" featurettes learn from online branded content. More enjoyable than commercials! But do they sell anything?
Facebook wants to grab advertisers by leaping into video content in a big--as in long-form--way. That could be massively popular, and that's not necessarily good.
Forrester Research says cord-cutting has doubled to 6% in the last three years as consumers come to believe they can now cut without hurting themselves.
If the Trump candidacy was the triumph of social media, than opposition, in the form of rogue sites by government employees, might be the powerful next wave.
Facebook will begin giving more News Feed weight to longer videos, and less to shorter ones. That's a revolution in social media engineering.
T-Mobile's new attack on DirecTV Now is... really, really different, with Hulu playing a pivotal role.
Earlier this month, he paid two men to hold up a sign that contained an offensive Jewish slur. He's still trying to say the YouTube video was just a misunderstood joke.