People.com says it's been experiencing record-breaking traffic growth, thanks to a strategy that emphasizes speed and quantity without sacrificing original, quality reporting.
By posting a video of Ray Rice violently punching Janay Rice, his fiancee then (nee Palmer) and now his wife, TMZ accomplished something months of outrag
National Geographic is the king of the social media jungle, according to a top 10 list released by Shareablee.
In taking swift and decisive action against racist Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, NBA commissioner Adam Silver on Tuesday effectively dismantled a nuclear-grade suitcase bomb.
Chris Raih wanted to settle somewhere funky and hip with ready access to creative talent when he was scouting a Southern California location in 2006 for his about-to-launch ad agency Zambezi. A view of the Pacific Ocean and the possibility of surfing at lunchtime wouldn’t suck either.
Warner Bros. is consolidating its digital sales operations as it looks to build out an entertainment-focused ad powerhouse on the Web.
Lost in all the hype about GIFs and high-profile hirings is BuzzFeed's original identity as an online publishing experiment. At its core, BuzzFeed is all about the data, which the site is constantly collecting through a publishing partner network (including more than 200 publishers like The Huffington Post, TMZ, and The Daily Beast, with 300 monthly users).