Later than sooner, Facebook will become yet another content provider, veering into a business that at the moment seems pretty overfilled.
Pranks after the Manchester terrorist attack are a new sad low. Balancing the good and bad of social media and video shouldn't be a close call.
At the annual J.P. Morgan Global Technology, Media and Telecom Conference this week, AT&T's CEO ruminated on a future in which it will offer viewers short--maybe 20 minute long--versions of "Game of Thrones" and other big series.
Every month, Facebook considers nearly 54,0000 cases of suspected revenge porn or sexual extortion, says a new story from the Guardian.com.
If a brand chooses a reactive commercial scheme it better know what it's talking about. Online chatter can make or break you.
Consuming content on a digital device is not like getting it through cable or satellite. Hulu hopes to convince the channels on its new streaming service.
Facebook's efforts to flag users that the "news" they are about to look at is possibly BS propels many users to rush to see it - then spread it further.
Pluto TV, a commercially-supported streamer, is adding an on-demand TV and movie service. It's not Netflix, which, of course, is an opportunity for advertisers.
A survey from Advertiser Perceptions says things like decluttering Websites, better targeting of ads and creating ads expressly for digital all help the ad experience for consumers.
Group NIne includes brands like Thrillist and NowThis and at its NewFront it just kept cranking out news of more new productions.