Holy Jigowatts, Marty. Doc Brown has time traveled once again and landed in 2011. This is the kind of pop-cult viral concept we would love to see more of in the U.S. Argentinian electronics store chain Garbarino licensed the "Back to the Future" franchise from Universal and Amblin Entertainment, and even recruited the original Doc Brown, Christopher Lloyd, for a new series of viral videos. ...
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With Steve Jobs retiring from Apple, we look at his amazing run and list 10 lessons to media, video and content companies and executives. Read the whole story
New Yorkers tend to run each other over. It's "survival of the fittest," if you will. Some may still agree that this is still ... Read the whole story
Crowdsourced video production is changing the online video game, and some may think it will be at the expense of ad agencies. We've heard ... Read the whole story
Google chairman Eric Schmidt said the company would launch a version of its Google TV streaming product in the UK in early 2012. The ... Read the whole story
Taco Bell is just one of MTV Video Music Awards sponsors using some form of in-show integration, which has helped MTV increase revenue for ... Read the whole story