“Extra’s” AJ Calloway sat down for an exclusive interview with Mariah Carey at Dylan’s Candy Bar, where she treated children from the Fresh Air Fund to gingerbread houses and a meet and greet with Santa.
Maria Kang aka “Fit Mom” was accused of “fat-shaming” and “bullying” for flaunting her ripped, post-baby body on Facebook with a photo captioned, “What’s your excuse?” Now she’s opening up about her own weight-loss journey, including a battle with bulimia.
Google: Gmail Image Change May Improve Open Rate Data, But Will Strip Other User Data
With more information coming in this afternoon, it appears that Google’s image serving change in Gmail is a mixed bag (at best) for marketers. Google announced today that it’s going to start serving images sent to Gmail users from its own servers, not from the sender’s servers....
Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. From Marketing Land: Gmail Image Serving Change Should Give Email Marketing A Boost Good news for email marketers today, as Google has announced a change in how it.
We’ve published an updated story with information from Google about what today’s change means for tracking email marketing. Please see Google: Gmail Image Change May Improve Open Rate Data, But Will Strip Other User Data for more information. Google has announced a change in how it...
A video ad for Pantene in the Philippines is picking up steam, gaining more than five million views on YouTube and over 105,000 shares according to Unruly’s Viral Video Chart. A commentary on the role of women in the workplace and how they are perceived, the Pantene “Labels Against...
New Mixtape: Yahiness 'Train Of Thought'
Mark our words: 2014 is the year that New York City hip-hop makes a return to the spotlight. And along with the likes of Troy Ave., A$AP Mob and Joey Bada$$, look for a new name to put on for his city: Yahiness.
The South Jamaica, Queens spitter drops his new DJ Enuff mixtape Train Of Thought today,
Every artist that performs on a stage has a symbiotic relationship with the audience. DJs always say they feel out the energy of the crowd and adjust their song choice accordingly, MCs obviously need to move the attendees, and pop stars often need a lot of love heaped upon them onstage.
Singers these days come a dime a baker's dozen. But you know the special ones. You just hear it. One listen of Miguel's All I Want Is You or Frank Ocean's nostalgia,ULTRA. were enough to forecast a long, vibrant musical career.
Make way for another brilliant songwriter/singer: KES.
Like the aforemen
B.o.B gives a bit more of himself on his upcoming album, Underground Luxury. On Bobby Ray's third studio LP, the Grand Hustle spitter/singer/strummer brings the turn-up tracks (the Chris Brown-featured "Throwback," "Wide Open") but elsewhere offers up some substance speaking on addiction and his own
Commenters on HuffPost mobile apps will soon need Facebook verification too
Amid the uproar over the Huffington Post’s announcement that commenting now requires Facebook verification — which itself requires supplying Facebook with a phone number — some users found a loophole: They could still use their old usernames (and not … Read more
Oakland (Mich.) Press Executive Editor Glenn Gilbert apologized to the Washington Examiner for a “word-for-word usage of material” from a Dec. 6 Examiner article. He’d previously told Examiner Managing Editor/Digital Jennifer Peebles, “You’re not goi
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney took questions Thursday about photographer access to White House events, the subject of a fiery op-ed by AP Director of Photography Santiago Lyon.
Carney said the “fundamental difference here is distribution,” according … Read more
Texas A&M will bring its major in journalism back next fall, the school reported on its website Monday. The decision was announced after approval Monday from the faculty senate.
According to the school: “It will be a small, … Read more