Snapchat’s enabling its publishing partners to promote their channels on Facebook and Twitter with links directly to their content.
They’ve plowed nearly $4 billion into the sci-fi tech since 2010.
The frontline of the war on the war on ads is video, now.
Twitter chalked up the move to technical reasons, saying it decided to discontinue the feature to speed up improvements in its technology.
Our generation seems to define how we use our phones, down to our thumbs and hands.
The website circanews.com is now registered to Sinclair Broadcast Group, one of the largest TV station groups in the United States.
Snapchat claims to reach more than 100 million users, most of them young people.
The first in a three-part series looking at how 360 video and virtual reality (VR) are huge opportunities for publishers.
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Publishers are straining to get past the velvet rope of Snapchat’s Discover, but the feature isn’t without its downsides.
The live broadcasting app has been updated and now includes a global map and a skip ahead feature for replayed material.
Snapchat seems to be trying to break out of its box while user growth is booming.
Eighty-one percent of companies believe that data is critical or very important to the success of digital publishers.