Google+ Communities – Google's take on Facebook Groups – have been around since 2012, but have struggled to find foothold in the crowded social media space.
Publishers have a love-hate relationship with WhatsApp. While many are seeing big numbers from the platform, they’re also wrangling with a handful of product issues that complicate how they’re approaching the platform.
CBS Interactive has started a new group to create custom-branded content for marketers.
Tweets on twitter.com began sporting an embedded video market generator that publishers can copy and paste into their stories.
It’s what qualifies as an age-old debate in the digital media business: Web or native apps?
The C.E.O. of Twitter talks with Farhad Manjoo about how the platform plans to handle harassment.
Readers in 45 countries are receiving news alerts from a regional daily direct to their phone, it has been revealed.
Justin Smith pronounces himself happy with Bloomberg’s month-old redesign. The C.E.O. of Bloomberg Media has been watched closely since he assumed the job a year and a half ago, coming over from a much-acclaimed stint rebuilding Atlantic Media.
WASHINGTON — Senior Republicans conceded on Tuesday that the grueling fight with President Obama over the regulation of Internet service appears over, with the president and an army of Internet activists victorious.
Launched publicly this morning, Capture is an online platform that helps news organizations find real-time coverage of events happening around the world—by letting them search and discover photos and videos ordinary people are posting on social media.
The business world has a crippling lack of technology skills, and the cost to the U.S. economy is staggering.
When Sam Sheffer, The Verge’s social media editor, launched the site’s Snapchat account at the end of July last year, he meant it to be a small-scale experiment.
Podcasting is definitely making a comeback. But like so many things digital, podcasting isn’t a one-size-fits-all opportunity.