Thursday, July 28, 2016

Around The Net

  • Netflix Intends To Keep Spending Big, Sarandos Says Deadline.com

    Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said Netflix will surpass the $6 billion is programming costs again next year, and lampooned recent estimates of its viewership, because the figures are so wildly different.  ...Read the whole story

  • Crunchyroll Gets COO From Discovery Digital Variety

    Anime subscription service Crunchyroll hired Colin Decker as its chief operating officer. Decker hopes to increase original production and merchandising, and launch live Cruncyroll events and conventions. Until January, he had been  senior VP and GM of Discovery Digital Networks. ...Read the whole story

  • PewDiePie Pocketed $8.1M In 2015, He Reports Tubefilter

    Felix Kjelllberg, better known as PewDiePie, the most popular YouTube personality, made $8.1 million in 2015, on revenue of $8.6 million, he reported to Swedish authorities. (Because he's Swedish, you know.) His earnings come fro YouTube ad revenue, merchandise, and deals with brands. ...Read the whole story

The Art of Marketing Snark and How to Keep it Entertaining

Snark and the Internet were made for each other. With the rise of social media and digital culture, snark has really evolved into an art form. And a niche industry that can be hard to market ...More

  • Facebook Q2 Earnings Bonanza -- Could FAN Be Helping?

    Facebook blew past Q2 earnings estimates. So could its Facebook Audience Network be helping? ...More

  • Facebook's Earnings Report

    Facebook released its second quarter earnings report this week, revealing that the company now has a host of new monthly active users, and proving once again that the social network does audience engagement better than just ...More

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