News and Articles About Media Companies
Snapchat, which helped popularize the format, says that vertical video ads are nine times more likely to be viewed to completion than their horizontal counterparts.
Americans might wonder if the U.S. is still the land of opportunity but the people who overcome great odds to come here have no doubts.
Rumored acquisitions by online's biggest platforms merely amplify the same headline churn. Is there anything new on the horizon?
The 'Players Tribune' gets a cash influx from New Enterprise Associates and others.
Every blogger has the potential to become an influential news source but the checks and standards of any earlier time apply unevenly, if at all.
By learning the PR lingo, you can pitch outlets more effectively.
News and trends
The comedy site has hired a financial adviser to field unsolicited offers, CEO Dick Glover wrote in a memo to employees.
A deal that underscores the Internet retailer's broader ambition of becoming a media and entertainment powerhouse.
The move likely values Fullscreen, which counts the fastest-growing subscriber base of any YouTube network, at $250 million.
Viewing habits and advertising trends are poised for a dramatic and sweeping change.
Following the lead of fellow media giants like E.W. Scripps, News Corp and Time Warner, Gannett is spinning off its publishing division.
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Having hit a sweet spot with young audiences, the founder of Vice Media is convinced he can turn his brand into something 10 times bigger than CNN.