Barack Obama has famously been the country's first social media president. Notably, his administration has used Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat as communication platforms. Now, with only two weeks left until President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration, the White House has revealed how it plans to archive Obama's social media legacy.
Not all tweets go to heaven, it turns out. For social media posts attached to official government accounts, the White House has a plan.
BuzzFeed landed the biggest "get" for a Facebook Live interview in the young channel's history by nabbing a sit-down with President Barack Obama.
During his visit to Austin where he delivered a South by Southwest keynote, President Obama made time for tacos—specifically Torchy's Tacos, a burgeoning chain beloved by Texas residents.
President Barack Obama has accomplished a lot of "firsts" when it comes to commanders in chief and digital media.
Early Monday afternoon, President Barack Obama debuted an official Facebook page for the Oval Office.
President Barack Obama is on the books for a guest appearance on the WTF With Marc Maron podcast. And it's hard to determine the biggest winner in the development.
It's well-known that GoPro's products market themselves, filming jaw-dropping footage around the world that online viewers can't seem to get enough of.
Sometimes asking the right question can land you at the White House. At least, that's what independent creative agency Mekanism learned earlier this year.
Uber, a mobile app that gives consumers an alternative to taxis, has hired President Barack Obama's former senior adviser David Plouffe to help the company wage political and legal battles against street-hail taxis and traditional car services.