It may have delayed its plans for large, autoplay video ads, but Facebook is already out in the market aggressively selling in-post, user-initiated video ad products.The post Here’s How Facebook is Pitching Video to Brands appeared first on Digiday.
From feminine hygiene products to cruises, Hello Kitty has made her way onto all kinds of products beyond stickers and stationary.The post 7 of the Craziest Hello Kitty Brand Extensions appeared first on Digiday.
“There are still some pockets of traditional media that still have some evolving to do -- mainly local newspapers,” Business Insider editor-in-chief Henry Blodget told Digiday. “But the journalism glass is 95 percent full and the future looks great.”The post 5 Things that Wil
"Our belief is that the more music they listen to, they will convert to our premium service. We believe the strength of our platform does the work in getting people to become subscribers."The post Inside Spotify’s Plan For Mobile Ads appeared first on Digiday.
The 1 Percent Meets Other 99: Buzzfeed and DuJour Team Up for Celebrity Selfie Project
When DuJour magazine launched last summer, founder and CEO Jason Binn made the glossy's missive clear: It was a luxury publication, in every sense of the word. The print edition would only be sent to the nation's top-earners, the 1% demo who fit one of the five criteria, which included filters like
Badass Santa. (Flickr, IstoletheTV)
There have been a lot of things to argue about in 2013: Should we raise the debt ceiling? Should our government shut down? How should we reopen the government? Is Miley Cyrus the worst? Is Edward Snowden the worst? Is the NSA worse or better than Miley Cyrus and/o
On Wednesday, Dec. 4, the heads of the international bureaus of Blouin Artinfo received an email from Louise Blouin Media Vice Chairman Bruce Ferguson, who joined the company in September and whom many of the editors had not met.
“LB MEDIA is in the process of re-structuring its editorial bure
Steve Harvey (Getty)
Nobody needs to buy us any holiday presents this year, because Steve Harvey is interviewing President Obama and it's going to be on TV.
According to Politico, Mr. Harvey's PR rep has announced that he of Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man fame is journeying to the
Sprint reportedly looking to buy T-Mobile next year
According to a new report out of The Wall Street Journal, Sprint could be preparing to make a bid for T-Mobile, already doing the leg work on regulatory concerns that might stand in their way. If reactions are favorable, the bid is said to take place during the first half of next year and coul
In the market for a new Nexus 7 (2013)? Well, Office Depot’s latest markdown might have you considering using the device as a stocking stuffer this Christmas. Sure, it’s only the black version, and sure it only has 16GB of on board storage — but at $180 + $20 gift card, you’d
Nokia is making an Android device? Really? The Google Play Store is filling up with more devices, but is anyone buying them? Chromecast just got a ton of new apps, are you buying one? Instagram Direct is a new messaging platform, but should it exist? All of that, and MUCH more, in this week’s
Up until now, browsers for mobile devices have included an artificial 300ms delay to account for the familiar double-tap-to-zoom gesture. With an increase in the number of sites tailored to mobile, Google sees no reason to keep folks waiting.
Khloe Kardashian files for divorce from basketball player husband Lamar Odom
The reality star filed court papers in Los Angeles and cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the split