In the 2012 presidential campaigns, social media was all about YouTube, Facebook and Twitter and about the candidates having their digital playbooks together—that is, being organized enough to regularly push out videos, posts and tweets.
This week America takes another step toward normalizing relations with Cuba as it reopens embassies on the Caribbean's largest island. While the U.S. embargo remains in place, barring the business activities of domestic companies, foreign players have had more freedom in anticipating economic opportunities if and when Cuba's state-controlled economy opens up.
It started with Bill Clinton, ended with Ricky Martin and mixed in some news, sports and telenovelas. It was Univision's upfront presentation Tuesday at the Lyric Theater in New York's Times Square, where a catwalk-like runway represented the theme of the morning: the way forward.
President Bill Clinton may have spoken at Cannes, but it's Al Gore who will receive one of the festival's top honors.
So, YouTube user BaracksDubs has been posting videos of Barack Obama singing everything from Carly Rae Jepsen's Call Me Maybe to Demi Lovato's Made in the USA, but for Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines, we got something speci
Brett Favre’s penis was certainly a big deal, so to speak. But Manti Te'o’s imaginary/made up dead girlfriend has thrust Gawker Media's Deadspin into the spotlight like never before.
The first round of the presidential social media dogfight wound down Thursday night with the conclusion of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C—and it appears Democrats walked away with a formidable victory.
CANNES, France—In a speech here Thursday, Bill Clinton implored the advertising industry to use its formidable powers of communication and persuasion to get the world to understand, and thus help solve, its most pressing problems.
The Webby Awards, the Internet's big night out, brought together celebrities, media types, politicians and innovators of all stripes to celebrate the glorious world and work of the Internet. As is tradition on the Web, it's best to keep things brief, so all Webby acceptance speeches are asked to be kept to just five words or less.