• Facebook's Instant Articles Revamp Wins Over Publishers
    After decidedly mixed reviews when it debuted last year, Facebook's Instant Articles publishing platform is winning over publishers with new options that make it easier to monetize their content.
  • Twitter Bets Big On Periscope
    Faced with dramatically slowing growth rates, Twitter is pouring resources into video-streaming service Periscope, according to co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey.
  • Facebook Investor Steps In It, Enrages Subcontinent
    Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen, a member of the Facebook board of directors, sparked outrage with a tweet Wednesday following the Indian telecom regulator's decision to block Facebook's "Free Basics" initiative to bring free, limited Internet access to underserved parts of the country.
  • Lawmakers Urge Social Media Counter-Terror Strategy
    Congress is urging the White House to create a comprehensive strategy to combat terrorism on social media, and lawmakers are now preparing to pass a law requiring the administration to do so.
  • Social Engagement Rises For Super Bowl Ads
    This year's crop of Super Bowl ads succeeded in driving more social media engagement than last year's, according to an analysis by ListenFirst.
  • Top Three Super Bowl Moments That Had Nothing To Do With Football
    As expected, the halftime show stole the, uh, show, due mostly to the presence of Beyonce, who garnered 1.3 million tweets during the show according to Twitter.
  • LinkedIn Stock Tumbles
    After seeming to defy the recent downward trend in social media stock prices, LinkedIn is catching up with Facebook and Twitter with a vengeance.
  • Epicurious Says #cookit
    Epicurious launched a social media campaign and experiential event called #cookit, inviting participants to share photos of their own home-cooked meals, however no-frills they may be.
  • Will Social Media Win The Super Bowl?
    Following the rise of social media, the Super Bowl is no longer just a broadcast television event.
  • Digital-Only Pubs Dominate Twitter
    Digital-only publications account for a larger share of social media activity on Twitter compared to combination print and digital publications.
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