Networks Offer Taste of TV’s Ad Future. Marketers Are Hungry for More.
Snapchat and Facebook are driving interest in and usage of augmented reality.
Snap's first earnings report shows that user growth isn't as huge as media hype would suggest.
People in Illinois aren't looking for jobs anymore, but the reasons are kind of surprising.
Tribune Edit Board opening mulling the fate of WGN Radio and TV when they're owned by Sinclair.
Both of these are wrong. The correct answer of Most 90s Soundtrack is, of course, Empire Records.
Notable here is that Facebook's purge of spam accounts results in little impact on page engagement or referrals.
Advertiser concerns coupled with YouTube's focus on professional content will - and is - impact small creators.
Via @jspepper, this story on the importance of wasting time speaks to me.
This Tribune report card sums up a lot of reasons I, like many others, are questioning why we stay in Illinois.
There are too many insights into why and how people pay for news here for one or 28 Tweets. Read it all.
A solid take about why the on-demand services industry is headed toward a massive cliff.
Interesting stats on how movie fans and others engage with advertising and more.
Well of course Instant Articles outperform links on FB. When you put your thumb on the scale you always get beneficial outcomes.
Sure, memes might be relatively new. But brands dealing with UGC is as old as the social web. It's all just word of mouth anyway.