History will remember 2016 as when digital became a constant overlay to real life, with presidential candidates trolling one another on social media before and after debates while mobile game […]
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TV has a new comedy duo: IFC and Funny Or Die. AMC Networks has acquired a minority stake in Funny Or Die so its comedy network, IFC, can partner with the comedy website on multiplatform content as well as ad sales and marketing.
Yes, Cap'n Crunch is a kids' cereal. But it has another significant fan base—millennial males, who snack on the stuff at non-breakfast times, including late night, while playing video games, watching TV and doing other millennial-male stuff.
You could probably use a little levity after last night debate's, so here's some political comedy from Katy Perry, who suggests that you vote in November no matter how you look or what you're wearing (or not wearing).
I really regret doing this," Hillary Clinton declares about halfway through her new Between Two Ferns interview with Zach Galifianakis. But of course, that's more than a bit disingenuous, as the five-and-a-half minute video below will surely prove to be among her best bits of marketing for the upcoming presidential election.
No single decade in recent memory has a monopoly on style. Or questionable exercise methods. A new video, "The History of Exercise," stars Nick Offerman and Michelle Obama looking back on past—and present—contraptions for working out, as a way to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition.
From opening a cool experiential space in New York's trendy Meatpacking District to bringing virtual reality to the masses, Samsung is determined to connect consumers to the latest technology.
Fresh off his win in the New Hampshire primary, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump can add this to his list of accomplishments: His best-selling book, The Art of the Deal has been adapted into a feature film. Sort of.
Technology historians will remember 2015 as the year when we first talked about robots and drones without a sense of irony. And they’ll note it was the year when the […]
In July, Facebook made a big move into YouTube's turf with plans to launch Suggested Video—a feed of curated video clips from brands like Funny or Die, the NBA and Tastemade. After a small test over the past three months, it's now showing up