Monday, July 30, 2012

Around The Net

  • YouTube Rants Are All The Rage The Independent

    When it was revealed last week that Kristen Stewart had cheated on her boyfriend Robert Pattinson, there was possibly only one person more devastated than R Pattz himself. Emma Clarke, 25, from Carlisle, a huge fan of the "Twilight" films in which the couple star, posted a self-filmed rant on YouTube that sees her break down in tears over Stewart's actions. "I don't understand why she would do this?" she cries. The video instantly went viral, notching up a million hits in just one day. ...Read the whole story

  • 'Esquire Singapore' Promotes Launch With VideosWomen's Wear Daily

    To promote the Aug. 31 launch of the Singapore version of Esquire -- the 25th global version of the iconic men's mag -- Mongoose Publishing, which holds the license for this edition from Hearst, has released three short YouTube videos starring "a masked model dressed as Esky [the mag's mascot] — complete with a large, mustachioed head mask, dancing and posing in spots across the city’s business district," writes Kristiano Ang. ...Read the whole story

With Online Video Series, No Appointments Necessary

What happened to appointment television? Some say your DVR, laptop, and tablet now make all the appointments. But Paul Lee, president of ABC Entertainment, says appointment television is still important at his network, especially with its ...More