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  • Fox Sports Taps YouTube Space LA for Social-Focused @TheBuzzer Web Show

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Fox Sports, looking to deepen its reach with younger audiences on social platforms, has partnered with YouTube Space LA to produce a daily web-video series explicitly focused on fast-breaking stories that will be shared online....
  • Amazon confirms it will buy Twitch for $970 million

    Amazon confirms it will buy Twitch for $970 million
    Sorry, YouTube. Amazon.com is the winning bidder for Twitch, the hugely popular online platform for video gamers. The Seattle e-commerce giant said Monday afternoon that it had agreed to pay $970 million in cash to acquire Twitch, a San Francisco start-...
  • Google considering YouTube, Gmail accounts for kids: reports

    Google considering YouTube, Gmail accounts for kids: reports
    Google Inc is considering allowing online accounts for children under the age of 13 and give their parents control over how the service is used, according to media reports. Google has been working on a version of YouTube, its video-sharing site, for...
  • Amazon gains valuable entertainment asset with purchase of Twitch

    Amazon.com is already a go-to destination for shoppers, bookworms, and music and movie fans. Now it'll also be the virtual home for millions of hard-core video gamers. The Seattle e-commerce giant announced Monday that it had agreed to buy Twitch...
  • It's Official: Amazon Acquires Twitch for $970 Million

    Months after multiple reports suggesting Google was closing in on a deal to acquire Twitch, Amazon has snuck in to steal away the burgeoning streaming service dedicated to watching videogamers play, the companies announced Monday. The deal is for a...
  • Rites and wrongs: wedding trends to avoid

    Rites and wrongs: wedding trends to avoid
    Maybe the simulated lap dance by the bridal party at a reception gave you pause. You probably cringed when you saw the bride and groom request money through a Facebook wedding invitation. Or you might have suffered whiplash after seeing the picture of a...
  • Twitter, YouTube try to stamp out images of journalist's beheading

    Twitter has been suspending the accounts of some users who share images and videos that show the beheading of journalist James Foley by the militant group Islamic State. The move to delete the tweets and temporarily suspend the posters has generated a...
  • Censoring the Islamic State on Twitter is useless

    Censoring the Islamic State on Twitter is useless
    When a powerful denial-of-service attack brought down Sony's PlayStation Network on Sunday, a group that claimed responsibility said it had acted on behalf of the Islamic State, the rapidly growing terrorist organization in the Middle East. Even if the...
  • Streamy Awards Adds More Categories, Fan Participation

    The Streamy Awards, the first ever envelope-opening live streamed award show, is bumping up the amount of honors its doling out this year, the telecast announced on Wednesday. The more than ten new categories added to the mix this year include the...
  • Todrick Hall brings comic YouTube videos to Orlando

     Todrick Hall brings comic YouTube videos to Orlando
    Todrick Hall has performed on Broadway. He has appeared on national television, as a contestant on "American Idol." But he credits his success to the place where anyone with a video camera and a dream can become a star: the Internet. Specifically,...
  • You can use a fake name on Google+ now

    You can use a fake name on Google+ now
    Google’s social network Google+ loosened up a little bit Tuesday, announcing that it would no longer require users to go by their real names. “There are no more restrictions on what name you can use,” Google+ said in a post. “...