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Can Print Magazines Save Themselves?
As everyone with the remotest interest in media developments can attest, the great era of magazines notable for their largesse to staffs, and replete with copious, handsome advertising and strong single-copy newsstand sales, is almost certainly in the past. But is there a way to save print magazi
CNN.com General Manager Kenneth "KC" Estenson is bullish about the future, but he has a big problem with one part of the media options today: the "second screen," in which a device like a phone or tablet augments people's TV-watching activity on the big screen. "In general, I think the second-sc
Twitter pulled the covers back on how it plans to make money off mobile apps besides its own. The strategy: take its native advertising playbook to the wider mobile world. MoPub – a Twitter-owned mobile-advertising exchange — said Thursday it has released a product that will allow the
Mail Online, the website for U.K. newspaper The Daily Mail, topped 10 million daily average unique visitors for the first time in November. Daily visitor numbers grew 8.29% compared to October, with monthly user numbers up 9.2%.
The 50 Worst Things On The Internet In 2013
Ah, yes, 2013 was a good year. *Swirls internet around in glass* *Inhales* *Sips*
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This tribute to extinct dinosaurs, Paul Walker, Brian Griffin, and Nelson Mandela
A lot of very cute things, that’s what happens.
A "Magical Piano" was set up at Chicago's Union Station by Amtrak. The magic is that it's played by remote control with local musician Andrew Blendermann tinkling the ivories off-camera.
“Just because it makes you feel uncomfortable doesn’t mean it has to change.”
Kelly started talking about the skin color of Santa Claus and Jesus during a segment about a Slate piece by Aisha Harris. Harris' piece, titled Santa C
It’s part of their newest #FightFatTalk campaign.
Special K cereal has a new ad out called "Shhhhut Down Fat Talk," and it's been getting a lot of attention.
They noticed how often women complain about their bodies on social media.
Bitcoin’s a risky business for consumers, European Banking Authority warns
The EU regulatory agency wants consumers who are considering jumping on the Bitcoin bandwagon to realise that there's not much in the way of regulation to protect them.
IBM was one of the first big U.S. tech firms to pay the price for the NSA scandal – although nobody has ever proven a link between the company and the agency, IBM joined Cisco in seeing a sudden collapse in Chinese sales after the Snowden […]