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  • Emmy Brands Trying Desperately to Recreate 'Selfie Moment'

    Ellen DeGeneres' famous "selfie moment" at the Oscars was reportedly worth $1 billion to its client Samsung, according to analysts, and now, it seems, social brands are trying to cash in at this year's Emmy Awards. So far, nearly major social media brand...
  • Why the Market Basket saga matters to all Americans

    For the last several weeks, a massive worker strike has taken place across the Boston-area at the Market Basket grocery store chain. Unlike the recent nationwide fast food strikes, Market Basket workers aren’t risking their livelihoods for higher...
  • SocialCon: a sampling of show business in the digital age

    SocialCon: a sampling of show business in the digital age
    Fifteen-year-old Anthony Quintal, better known to millions of online fans as Lohanthony, has a manager, a PR team and may earn upward of six figures this year for posting sassy video blogs on YouTube. Welcome to show business in the digital age....
  • Social Media Buzz: 'If I Stay' Tugs on Young Emotions to Top Box Office

    Does digital data offer indicators that can be used to monitor marketing effectiveness and predict box office success even before awareness turns into intent? We analyzed this weekend's new movies across Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Google (the...
  • Why Hackers Took Down Sony's PlayStation Network

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Hackers "overwhelmed" Sony's PlayStation Network on Sunday, making the service unavailable to its tens of millions of users. The move brought back painful memories for Sony of a serious 2011 breach that exposed the names and...
  • Militants blame U.S. for their apparent beheading of U.S. journalist

    A video posted online Tuesday purported to show the beheading of an American journalist by the militant group Islamic State, nearly two years after the reporter disappeared in Syria. The video, which was posted on YouTube and later taken down, shows a...
  • Social Media Buzz: 'If I Stay' Tugs on Young Emotions to Top Box Office

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Does digital data offer indicators that can be used to monitor marketing effectiveness and predict box office success even before awareness turns into intent? We analyzed this weekend's new movies across Facebook, YouTube,...
  • Why are long-faced progressives trying to ruin the Ice Bucket Challenge?

    No sooner, it would seem, does a silly fad materialize that combines hot-weather high jinks, people’s plangent yearning to plaster photos and videos of themselves on social media, and charitable contributions to a worthy cause -- I’m talking...
  • Job listing service ZipRecruiter raises $63 million

    Job listing service ZipRecruiter raises $63 million
    ZipRecruiter, a Santa Monica start-up that tries to simplify tasks for recruiters, has raised $63 million in initial venture capital funding as the 4-year-old service races to keep up with growing demand. The investment announced Tuesday, which includes...
  • Vine makes a play for brands by adding video-import feature

    Vine makes a play for brands by adding video-import feature
    Hoping to lure brands onto its platform, the social app Vine on Wednesday added an import feature to its service that should make it easier for users to create videos. Until now, users have had to create the six-second videos shared on Vine using the...
  • Who Really Attacked Sony and Microsoft's Networks?

    Multiple groups are taking credit for attacking Sony's PlayStation Network and Microsoft's Xbox Live starting on Sunday that still limited access to the services Monday afternoon. Groups operating under the names Lizard Squad and FamedGod have been...