• CBSN Now Available On Android Devices
    CBSN, the network's interactive streaming news service, is now available as part of a new CBS News app for Android. It's available today from Google Play. CBS said the new Android app features a "quick read" feature that offers a story preview before the full story launches, and expanded on-demand offerings of CBS
  • Fullscreen Announces 'Uploader' Making It Easy For Creators To Post To Facebook
    Fullscreen, the largest YouTube multichannel network today, in concert with Facebook, announced its Fullscreen Uploader, that will allow Fullscreen's 60,000 creators to easily upload videos simultaneously to YouTube and Facebook. The announcement, at the F8 Development Conference, is another direct attack on YouTube, as Facebook rapidly muscles into the video space.
  • AOL Lets Roku Users Get 'Connected' First
    AOL is letting Roku users to get a first look at the pilot for "Connected," a new reality series AOL otherwise premieres on March 31. It's based on an Israeli reality series by the same name produced by Koda Communications.
  • AOL Will Promote Ad Council Anti-Prejudice Campaign
    AOL will use some of its sites to support the new Ad Council campaign ”Love Has No Labels” starting today -- showing a series of ads that try to promote understanding and tolerance of race, religion, sex, sexuality, gender, age and ability. The campaign is intended to help viewers face their own biases, and show how even presumably unprejudiced people carry biases with them. The Love Has No Labels campaign began Feb. 14 on Facebook with social media postings by campaign partners that include large advertisers Coca-Cola Company, PepsiCo, P&G, Unilever, Allstate, and State Farm insurance. The …