Digital

How theSkimm Is Informing Millennial Women About Politics Without Taking Sides

The growing media brand is launching a new project about immigration reform and connecting readers with different viewpoints.

Snap’s Ad Business Could Slow Down Even as It Speeds Toward an IPO

Agencies are still struggling to excel at vertical video.

In 4 Years, YouTube Has Gone from 100 Million Hours of Video Viewed a Day to 1 Billion

That's a lot of cat clips.

The Atlantic’s New Project Creates a Personalized Timeline of Your History Using 160 Years of Archives

The Life Timeline is born, and tells you what has happened since you were born.

Building a Successful Social Media Team

Building a productive social media team remains a challenge for contemporary organizations. Problems arise when employees are not sourced properly, traditional hours are imposed and oft-derided millennials are not managed effectively.

Google Wants an ‘Open Dialogue’ Between Platforms and Publishers When It Comes to Monetization

Publishers and tech companies agree that more dialogue is needed when discussing advertising and the monetization of content.

89th Annual Academy Awards: Moonlight, Jimmy Kimmel Lead Twitter Chatter

Twitter revealed the most-tweeted-about moments and stars from The 89th Annual Academy Awards Sunday night.

Pokemon Go Celebrates Pokemon Day With Party Hat Pikachu

In celebration of Pokemon Day on February 27, Niantic launched a limited-time update in Pokemon Go.

Facebook Has a Trump Problem

I’ve recently been personally feeling like Facebook is becoming less and less tolerable given the post-election climate. Not that I enjoyed the screaming back and forth from the 2008 or 2012 elections, but after the 2016 election, things didn’t seem to settle down like they had in the past.

Here’s How to Add Multiple Pictures, Videos to Instagram Posts

Instagram recently introduced the ability for users to share up to 10 pictures and videos in a single post.