If more people knew how to use Twitter, or why, more people would use Twitter. After all, can 34,000 Donald Trump tweets be wrong?. (Of course not. Wrong? Trump?)
Busker.co presents influencers, musicians and other talent who may also try to sell you products--live. Then, if you want, you can tip them.
Vine, the six-second video app started by Twitter just three years ago, will fold in the next few months.
Instead of consumers paying per movie, Vudu's new Movies On Us serves commercials. It is using ad tech firm Ooyala to optimize the inventory.
Amzon's streaming video service is growing faster than predicted. But with 120 million users, eMarketer says Netflix has quite a cushion.
It's what's up front that counts. Now, there's a LiveFronts event to stay ahead of the next newest thing: Live streaming.
Virtual reality videos are awesome, but you sort have to take my word for it. VR headsets make viewing a solitary experience.
By next year, consumers will have their choice of Web-delivered TV services. The major feature will be the lack of options, a low price tag and presumably, the lack of a contract.
He's still dangerous and obnoxious but some charts at Young & Rubicam suggest Trump's just gotten boring.
Digital video does as good a job selling as it does building brand awareness. Many marketers believe that. Most still don't.